Public Opinion Sought for Parks and Recreation Survey

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Through the City of Lacey Parks and Recreation spring break camp, kids will take a field trip daily.

 

Submitted by The City of Lacey

Kearen Feller dances with his delighted 4-year-old daughter, Skye Feller during the Daddy Daughter Dance hosted by Lacey Parks and Rec at The Lacey Community Center.
Kearen Feller dances with his delighted 4-year-old daughter, Skye Feller during the Daddy Daughter Dance, an annual event hosted by Lacey Parks and Rec .

What improvements would you like to see at the Lacey Parks that you use? The City of Lacey is updating its Comprehensive Plan for Outdoor Recreation and would like to hear from you.

If you are interested in having your input considered, please visit the City of Lacey website and take the survey.

As part of Lacey’s public participation process to involve the public in development of this comprehensive plan, Lacey is asking the community to offer suggestions about future park and recreation needs. Citizen input is vital in the early stage of this planning process to identify improvements needed at parks, additional recreation programs, and future opportunities.

If you are unable to take the survey online but would like to comment, the survey is available at Lacey City Hall, 420 College Street SE during regular business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday and at the Lacey Community Center located at 6729 Pacific Avenue SE in Lacey. Regular updates during the planning process will be posted on the City of Lacey website.

For additional information, please contact Lori Flemm, Parks and Recreation Director, at (360) 491- 0857, or email at lflemm@ci.lacey.wa.us.

 

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