Fayetteville Parks Seeks Community Input


FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KFTA) — Fayetteville Parks and Recreation Department is in the process of updating it’s 10-year strategic plan and wants the community’s opinion.

The group held it’s first public input meeting Tuesday.

Park staff were on hand to answer questions and give any insight that was wanted.

One expert says the city’s growth is a big factor in determining how parks develop.

“The community at large has changed,” said Ted Jack, park planning superintendent. “The last plan was done in 2002, so there’s been a lot of change.  So we need to kind of realign our parameters with what the community wants.”

There are several other input meetings happening in the next month.

To see that list of dates, visit nwahomepage.com.

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