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NSC Master planning project

2017 NSC Master Plan

Help shape the next 30 years of the National Sports Center.

Seeking public input

The Minnesota Amateur Sports Commission, which is the state agency in charge of the National Sports Center, is turning 30 years old. Over this time, the National Sports Center has grown to become the world’s largest amateur sports facility. It is known for having quality facilities, hosting the nation’s top amateur sporting events and running tournaments and leagues that are second to none.

We are extremely proud of our past, but even more excited about the future.  We want to ensure that both our campus and our events continue to be the best in the country for the next 30 years. 

Thus, to help guide our work we have embarked on a long-term campus master planning process. We’ve retained LHB, a multi-disciplinary engineering, architecture, and planning firm to assist us with these efforts. A key part of this process involves seeking input and gathering customer feedback. We have invited several key stakeholders to attend special focus group sessions, and we held a Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, May 2nd.

Refer back to this site for periodic updates.

Master Plan updates

  • Fall 2016: LHB retained for Master Plan project.
  • April 2017: Survey posted. Public opinion survey posted to website - open until May 31, 2017.
  • April 2017: Focus groups. Campus stakeholders interviewed for specific use feedback and discussion.
  • May 2017: Town Hall meeting. Input from public taken and general discussion.
  • Summer 2017: Refine vision and develop plan.
  • Fall 2017: Develop cost estimates, phasing and implementation strategies.
  • Fall 2017: Final Master Plan document released. (Currently pending review with NSC Board of Directors)

NSC Contacts

Scott Roth

Project Director

Phone: 763.785.5600