The City of Colwood is asking for public input on its first master plan for parks and recreation, which will guide the next 10 years of improvements. (City of Colwood photo)

Colwood asking for public input on master plan for parks and recreation

Feedback will help guide next 10 years of improvements

The City of Colwood is asking for public feedback on its first parks and recreation master plan that will be used to help guide how it will improve more than 50 parks and trails.

The first questionnaire is tentatively open until the end of July. Then, park ambassadors will be engaging with the public with potential activities and workshops in August and September. By October and November, the city will initiate public invitations to review draft directions and give input on what should be adjusted or prioritized.

Those interested in filling out the survey can head over to letstalkcolwood.ca/ourparks.

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