The City of Twin Falls Parks and Recreation Department will host a kick-off event at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 3, to launch a series of discussions that will help shape the future of park areas and recreation opportunities in the community.
The City is inviting all citizens to participate in the kick-off and subsequent discussions, which will contribute to the Parks and Recreation Department’s Master Plan. The plan is a roadmap that ensures an appropriate balance of recreation amenities throughout the community – both now and into the future. As part of the process, a dedicated group of citizens is needed to oversee the following: review project goals and objectives; to review data needed to make informed decisions; to review public input methods and opportunities; and to assist in decision making and ensure that the project is set to accomplish what it was intended to do.
“This plan will be used heavily as a resource for future development and redevelopment of the City’s parks, open spaces, and recreation systems over the next ten years,” said Dennis Bowyer, Parks and Recreation Director. “As such, this group of community members who will lead the planning discussions, will play a critical role in shaping recreational facilities and opportunities for current and future generations.”
The kick-off meeting will be held at the Twin Falls City Council Chambers located at 305 Third Ave. East in Twin Falls. Anyone needing special accommodations is encouraged to contact Leila Sanchez, Deputy City Clerk, at 208-735-7287. Si desea esta informacion en Espanol, llame Leila Sanchez at 208-735-7287.