A park means so much more to a neighborhood than just providing playground equipment. It becomes a central gathering place where memories are made within the community. That’s why the Town is now asking for your help to provide input on the design of the next neighborhood park.
After public feedback was solicited throughout the fall in 2017, Town Council selected The Meadows Filing 18 Lot 2 property along Low Meadow Boulevard next to Aspen View Academy for development. Of the sites available for development, this location has the largest surrounding population. It's small size also makes the site ideal for the available $2 million budget.
Join the Parks and Recreation Department for an open house to provide your input on park design elements and amenities from 6-7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 5 at Aspen View Academy Charter School, 2131 Low Meadow Blvd. Please stop by anytime in between 6-7:30 p.m to view design concepts, ask questions and provide your feedback. The open house will be held in the cafeteria.
Surveys will be available at the meeting, as well as online at CRgov.com/FutureParks. Parks and Recreation staff will include the public’s feedback into the park's final design. Initial design concepts are also available online for review, as well as project background information.
An additional public meeting will be held in March to present a final design to residents prior to seeking approval from Town Council. The meeting date is still to be determined, but details will be made public as soon as they are available.
Can’t make the meeting, but still hoping to share your opinion? Fill out a feedback form online at CRgov.com/FutureParks. Please take the time to look at the initial design concepts provided by Norris Design prior to answering questions. The online survey will be available through Feb. 12.