Open house seeks public input on new stadium project’s potential environmental impact

The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority is holding an open house to provide information on the required state environmental review process for the new Vikings stadium. The MSFA is also seeking the public’s help in identifying potential impacts stemming from the project.

Currently, the MSFA is working on a Scoping Environmental Assessment Worksheet, which is an early step in the year-long State environmental review process. As part of this, public input is being sought on the project’s potential effects on a variety of issues including traffic, noise, parking and visual aesthetics.

Public Open House  
Tuesday, Oct. 23, 5 to 7 p.m.
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - Halsey Hall Room
900 South 5th Street

Written comments are also being accepted by the MSFA. All written comments must be submitted by Oct. 31, 2012. Comments can be submitted by email to [email protected] or by mailing them to:

Steve Maki, Project Manager
Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority   
900 South 5th Street 
Minneapolis, MN 55415
900 South 5th Street

The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority was established by the legislature in 2012 and charged with the design, construction and operation of the new multi-purpose stadium. More information is available at

Published Oct 22, 2012



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