PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that there will be a City of Lodi Parks Committee meeting held on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 at 6:00 pm in the Council Room, City Hall, 130 South Main Street, Lodi, WI.

Parks Committee Agenda


Call to Order


Public Input

Must state name and address. Must be limited to items not on the agenda. Limited to two minutes unless otherwise extended. Committee’s role is to listen and not discuss the item. Personnel issues cannot be discussed nor individuals named. Committee is unable to take action at this meeting.


Introduction of Patrick Staszak (New Director of Operations)


Approve Minutes from December 3 and January 7 Meetings


Discussion and Recommendation of Public Input Meeting for Revised CORP Plan


Habermann Park – Restroom Improvements


Strangeway Fund Balance – Spring Creek Wall Repair


Balance of Goeres Perpetual Care Fund and Pool Operations Endowment Fund


Request for Approval from OccuPaws to Reserve Habermann Park and Shelter

OccuPaws would again like to reserve Habermann Park and shelter on Sunday, June 14 for their annual fundraiser.  This fundraiser includes an outdoor market.

Recommendation on Shelter Deposit for Concerts in the Parks

The number of Community Pride Concerts has changed from nine in 2019 to three in 2020.  Resolution 17-08 provided a reduced rate for the use of the shelter.  With the new number of concerts, this needs to be reassessed.  

Discuss Money for Long Pond, Goeres Park


Next Meeting Date and Agenda Items




*To ensure a quorum, please inform the chair if you are unable to attend*

Members:  Alders Hansen (Chair), Miller, Stevenson and
citizens Bilkey, Kelsey-Kloberdanz, Van Ness, Welch

Notice is hereby given that a majority of the City of Lodi Common Council may be present at a meeting of the Parks Committee to gather information about subjects over which they have decision making responsibility. This constitutes a meeting of the city council pursuant to State ex rel. Badke v. Greendale Village Bd., 173 Wis.2d 553, 494 N.W.2d 408 (1993), and must be noticed as such; although the City of Lodi Common Council will not take any formal action at this meeting.