Wisconsin Point Restoration & Access Improvement Project

In July of 2017, The Wisconsin Coastal Management Program announced that the City of Superior had been awarded a grant in the amount of $1.375 million for the restoration of the dunes on Wisconsin Point.  

The project includes:

  • Development of infrastructure to allow public access and protect the sensitive dunes, as well as, the historical sites on the point
  • Consolidated parking from 20+ turnouts to approximately four parking areas
  • Restoration and re-vegetation of dunes
  • Removal of invasive plants
  • Boardwalks installed over the dunes for beach access across the sensitive ecosystem.  Will be ADA compliant.
  • Allouez Bay shoreline will be stabilized

Some work is expected to begin in the fall of 2018 with the majority of work to start in the spring of 2019.

The City of Superior had also received a Wisconsin Coastal Management grant for the engineering phase of the Wisconsin Point Restoration & Access Improvement Project and this phase of the project is complete.

Click here to view the PowerPoint presentation from the first public meeting regarding the engineering phase.

Click here to view the updated PowerPoint presentation from public meeting #2.

Wisconsin Point Dunes