Crosslake is facing a unique challenge. We have unconventional economic development opportunities colliding with conventional transportation and infrastructure issues. This challenge has both short and long term needs. A new school, new housing projects, and a proposed National Loon Center with public docks will create a need to expand parking, control motorized traffic, manage bike paths and sidewalks, and connect to destination developments.
We would like to cooperatively plan and create connections for motorized, and non-motorized traffic to and from businesses, housing, amenities, school, churches, golf course, and more. The Crosslake Comprehensive Plan and the Minnesota Design Team is the guide for these goals.
Supportive Data Research
The Walkability Walkshop was made possible by a grant from the National Association of REALTORS, local funding from Greater Lakes Association of REALTORS and partnership with the City of Crosslake and the volunteer citizens group called “The Crosslakers.”
The Workshop facilitation and report was developed by Blue Zones, LLC.