The Stormwater Park and Learning Center houses the MWMO’s offices as well as its educational and interpretive facilities. The building is staffed from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (except federal holidays). Please Note: Due to COVID-19, the building’s doors are currently unlocked and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday.
There is limited parking available in the MWMO lot. Overflow parking is available on the street in the surrounding neighborhood. Do not park in Tony Jaros’ lot next door. (See the map below for details.)
Use the Metro Transit trip planner to find the best way here.
A pair of bike racks are available near the front entrance of our building, facing Marshall Street NE.
A Nice Ride bike docking station is also located less than one block away, at the corner of Marshall Street NE and Lowry Avenue.
To organize a tour of our facility, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-746-4970.
You can also take a virtual tour of our facility via Google Street View.
The Stormwater Park and Learning Center is available for use by community groups or partners with compatible missions and goals of the MWMO, if and when the facilities are not being used by MWMO staff. Our meeting spaces have built-in projectors and screens, microphones, and both DVD and VHS players. All computer types are compatible with our system, but Mac users must supply their own HDMI adapter.
Classroom 108, commonly referred to as the “Dry Classroom,” is our largest classroom and typically used for more formal meetings and presentations. The classroom can accommodate groups up to 60 depending on table and chair arrangement.
The Stormwater Park and Learning Center features a small kitchen, with separate windows facing both Classrooms 108 (the “Dry Classroom”) and 113 (the “Wet Classroom,” not available for rental). The kitchen is not certified for the preparation of food; only catered food is allowed.