The City of Twin Falls and the Parks and Recreation Department are excited to kick off the City of Twin Falls Community Recreation Center Feasibility Study.
The city has contracted with Pivot North and Barker, Rinker and Seacat Architecture (BRS) to conduct this study. The first onsite visit with BRS will be Tuesday, June 19 in the Council Chambers Overflow room at Twin Falls City Hall located at 203 Main Avenue East.
During the full-day visit, BRS will meet with the Community Recreation Center Ad Hoc Committee, various community groups and organizations, and conduct a community open house.
The feasibility study is an important step in the process of exploring the options for a Community Recreation Center. Gaining community input is critical.
The Community Open House will begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 19 in the Council Chambers Overflow room at City Hall, and it will be the community’s opportunity to learn about the project and process, provide input and have a voice in the process.