Board of Commissioners

Three Rivers Park District is governed by an independent, seven-member Board of Commissioners. Five members of the board are elected from districts in suburban Hennepin County, and two members are appointed by the Hennepin County Board of Commissioners.

Three Rivers Commissioners

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Marge Beard

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Marge Beard

District 1 Representative

Marge.Beard@ThreeRiversParks.org | 763-559-6758

“Being in our parks and surrounded by nature is an instant stress reliever for me, and I hope it is for you, too. I listen to and act on community feedback to encourage inspiring recreation experiences for people of all ages and interests. Please join me in the great outdoors!”

District 1:
Corcoran • Greenfield • Hanover • Independence • Long Lake • Loretto • Maple Plain • Medicine Lake • Medina • Minnetrista • Minnetonka Beach • Mound • New Hope • Orono • Plymouth • Rockford • Rogers • Spring Park • St. Bonifacius • Wayzata

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Jennifer DeJournett

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Jennifer DeJournett

District 2 Representative

Jennifer.DeJournett@ThreeRiversParks.org | 763-559-6765

“I hope to work collaboratively with our surrounding communities to continue to provide unique opportunities in the Park District. It is my desire to continue to provide a fiscally-sustainable park system that will provide a lasting legacy for future generations to continue to connect and enjoy natural habitat.”

District 2:
Brooklyn Park: All precincts except W-1, W-2 & W-3 • Champlin • Dayton • Maple Grove • Osseo

Erin Kolb

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Erin Kolb

District 3 Representative

Erin.Kolb@ThreeRiversParks.org | 763-559-6776

“The Three Rivers park system is an amazing asset for our communities. I look forward to making sure that the residents of District 3 enjoy equitable access to our parks system through smart investments and partnerships in our developed suburbs.”

District 3:
Brooklyn Center • Brooklyn Park: Precincts W-1, W-2 & W-3 • Crystal • Golden Valley • Robbinsdale • St. Anthony • St. Louis Park

Louise M. Segreto

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Louise M. Segreto

District 4 Representative

Louise.Segreto@ThreeRiversParks.org | 763-694-2033

"Exploring and adventuring outdoors is part of our DNA. Our Three Rivers Parks provide great places for all of us to express that spirit of adventure and wonder in so many different personal ways. I am honored for the opportunity to contribute to the long legacy of wise stewardship of this natural resource-based park system.”

District 4:

Deephaven • Edina • Excelsior • Greenwood • Hopkins • Minnetonka • Richfield: All precincts except 6, 8 & 9 • Shorewood • Tonka Bay • Woodland

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John Gibbs

cross country skier

John Gibbs

District 5 Representative

John.Gibbs@ThreeRiversParks.org | 763-694-2086

"Hyland Lake Park Reserve is my favorite place in Three Rivers Park District because it provides something for everyone in all seasons of the year. I love to bike and in-line skate on the paved trails and cross-country ski there in the winter. My kids learned to ski at Hyland Hills Ski Area and took field trips to Richardson Nature Center. It’s an amazing place because you can immerse yourself in nature even though you’re just minutes from some of the busiest places in the metro area."

District 5:
Bloomington • Chanhassen • Eden Prairie • Fort Snelling • Richfield: Precincts 6, 8 & 9

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Gene Kay

Mountain biker

Gene Kay

Hennepin County Board Appointee

Gene.Kay@ThreeRiversParks.org | 763-559-6730

“I believe that Three Rivers Parks provide some of the most varied and highest quality parks and recreation facilities in the country. My friends from other areas can’t believe the trails and parks we have here.”

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Jesse Winkler

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Jesse Winkler

Hennepin County Board Appointee

Jesse.Winkler@ThreeRiversParks.org | 612-709-8427

"Three Rivers Park District is not only vital to our region, but also to the health and wellness of our residents. I envision a Park District that works to eliminate disparities and where the experiences of Three Rivers are incorporated with schools and districts across the region to reinforce learning opportunities for our students."

2040 System Plan

The 2040 System Plan, adopted on July 9, 2020, presents our strategic priorities for the next 20 years. Learn more about the System Plan and our goals for the future.

Meeting Calendar

View the Study Sessions and Board Meeting Calendar for a list of upcoming meetings.

Upcoming Meeting Agenda

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Meeting Archive

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Get Involved

Five members of the Board of Commissioners are elected from districts in suburban Hennepin County, and two Commissioners are appointed by the Hennepin County Board. Learn more about eligibility requirements and responsibilities of a Commissioner and the process to apply for an appointed position. Find out more about becoming a candidate for office on the Minnesota Secretary of State’s website.

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