Parks & Recreation
The Parks & Recreation department strives to provide exceptional parks, trails and recreational opportunities. We offer 62 parks, 118.4 miles of pedestrian and bike trails and diverse recreational opportunities for all ages.
With all Lakeville has to offer, it’s no wonder so many special events take place in its parks and recreational facilities.
202nd Street (County Road 50) Reconstruction
Phase 1: April to July 10, 2019 - COMPLETED
Phase 2: July 22-November 2019
County Road 50 has reopened to traffic.
Due to the unfavorable fall weather, the contractor will need to continue work on the project in 2020, at which time the County anticipates closing the roadway to traffic between Highview Avenue and Cedar Avenue. The remaining work includes trail construction, final lift of asphalt paving, Aronson Park improvements (field grading, irrigation installation, restoration, driveway and parking lot construction), and restoration along the project corridor. More information will be provided in the spring of 2020 regarding the schedule for the remaining work.
All side street accesses are also now open along County Road 50, with the exception of the new access into Aronson Park. Until the remaining project work is completed, access into Aronson Park will continue to be provided at Highview Avenue via the temporary road through Quigley-Sime Park.
with information on Parks & Recreation programs and events.
Follow us on Twitter @LakevilleParks for occasional weather-related closures or program cancellations, or call the hotline at 952-985-4690 and choose option 2.