Committees

The Southwest LRT Community Works Steering Committee provides guidance and direction for the SWLRT Community Works program and advances its goals. Steering Committee meetings generally occur every other month. 

Two advisory committees – the Community Advisory Committee and the Business Advisory Committee - meet monthly to provide regular opportunities for community and business input. Both committees relay their input to the Southwest LRT Corridor Management Committee (managed by the Metropolitan Council) and the Southwest LRT Community Works Steering Committee.

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Steering committee members

Member list (PDF)

Hennepin County

Hennepin County Regional Railroad Authority

Metropolitan Council

City of Minneapolis

City of St. Louis Park

City of Edina

City of Hopkins

City of Minnetonka

City of Eden Prairie

Minnehaha Creek Watershed District

Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board

SouthWest Transit

Urban Land Institute - Minnesota

Community Advisory Committee

Business Advisory Committee

Steering committee schedule and materials

Upcoming meetings

May 19, 2016
1:30 to 3 p.m.
St. Louis Park City Hall

Past meetings

Date Agenda (PDF) Minutes (PDF) Meeting materials (PDF)
March 2016 Agenda Packet
January 2016 Agenda
Minutes Packet
November 2015 Agenda Minutes Packet
August 2015 Agenda Minutes Packet
May 2015 Agenda Minutes Packet
March 2015 Agenda Minutes Packet
Station Architecture
Housing Strategy
February 2015 Agenda Minutes Packet
Presentation
October 2014 Agenda Minutes Packet
September 2014 Agenda Minutes Packet
July 2014  Agenda Minutes Packet
June 2014 Agenda Minutes Packet
May 2014 Agenda Minutes Packet
April 2014 Agenda Minutes
Packet
February 2014  Agenda Minutes Packet
January 2014 Agenda Minutes Packet 
2013 Accomplishments

  

The 2016 Steering Committee schedule can be found here (subject to change).

Materials from meetings prior to 2014 are available in the community works steering committee archive.

Advisory committees

Two advisory committees meet monthly to provide regular opportunities for community and business input. Members represent communities along the proposed line and are important and knowledgeable links between the light rail project, community works and their communities. If you have concerns or ideas, contact your representative or consider attending a meeting.

Both committees relay their respective communities’ input to the corridor management committee (managed by the Metropolitan Council) and steering committee (managed by Southwest Community Works).

Community advisory committee

The Southwest LRT community advisory committee serves as a voice for community members at large. Southwest LRT community advisory committee.

Business advisory committee

The Southwest LRT business advisory committee serves as a voice for those in the business community. Southwest LRT business advisory committee.

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