Melody Lake Shoreline Restoration

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The City is restoring the shoreline at Melody Lake Park with a native plant buffer. View a map of the project area here.

Native landscapes provide many benefits including;

  • Stabilizing shorelines
  • Supporting cleaner air and water
  • Providing wildlife habitat, including pollinator habitat
  • Managing invasive plants, including Buckthorn
  • Increasing resilience in a changing climate

We want to hear from people about current and desired uses for the park, concerns, and reactions to design options. The latest information, design options, and opportunities to provide input can be found on this page.

The City is restoring the shoreline at Melody Lake Park with a native plant buffer. View a map of the project area here.

Native landscapes provide many benefits including;

  • Stabilizing shorelines
  • Supporting cleaner air and water
  • Providing wildlife habitat, including pollinator habitat
  • Managing invasive plants, including Buckthorn
  • Increasing resilience in a changing climate

We want to hear from people about current and desired uses for the park, concerns, and reactions to design options. The latest information, design options, and opportunities to provide input can be found on this page.

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Melody Lake Park map

2 months

We want to hear from you!

  • How do you use the park currently?
  • How would you like to use the park in the future?
  • What does the City need to know about this space?
  • What is your favorite thing about Melody Lake Park?
  • What issue needs attention?