Parks & Pedestrian Connections | A Community Discussion (June 29 & 30; 6-8 p.m.)
The City of Lake Forest Park invites you to join us for a community update on options being considered for parks, recreational facilities, sidewalks, walkways, and bicycle connections throughout the City. You will hear about potential projects and funding options including:
- Sidewalk and walkway projects that improve safety and connections throughout the City, which were rated highest by residents during the previous Safe Streets project community discussions (particularly walkways for our 3 elementary schools).
- Improvements and recreation facilities at existing parks, including projects identified with community input that are in the City’s recent Parks, Recreation, Open Space, and Trails Plan.
- A public process resulting in the development of a Master Plan, identifying future improvements and recreational facilities at our new lakefront park just north of Lyon Creek Park.
We want to hear from you and your neighbors! Please come and share your feedback at one of two scheduled community meetings. We’ll meet via Zoom Tuesday, June 29, and again Wednesday, June 30, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. each evening.
The meetings will be webinar-style, with your real-time feedback invited using an interactive online tool, and a live public comment period. Please have a second device such as a smartphone connected to the internet to use to share your comments. Your devices will need access to a microphone and camera.
Choose the session that works best for you and invite a neighbor. Your input is important to help guide your City Administration and City Council as we plan for the next 5-10 years of community improvements and amenities.