St. Paul staff are scheduled to report to the City Council next week about an engineering study concerning Lilydale Regional Park, according to an agenda made available Friday afternoon.

The fossil grounds at the park have been closed since a waterlogged cliff in the area collapsed killing two grade school students and injuring two others in the summer of 2013.

During their Wednesday meeting, the City Council will talk about a geological and engineering study of the area that the city contracted last summer with Barr Engineering Co. for $152,000. City officials have previously said they hoped the report would guide them in deciding when and how they can reopen the park's 50-acre fossil grounds.

The city already spent nearly $200,000 on previous studies to analyze what happened in the landslide on May 22, 2013, which took the lives of Mohamed Fofana and Haysem Sani, both fourth-graders from Peter Hobart Elementary School in St. Louis Park.

St. Paul has paid a $1 million settlement to the families involved.

The contents of the study weren't immediately available Friday.