It’s a busy time of year for people out enjoying Prospect Lake.
It’s also time for the Prospect Lake and District Community Association to find a better way to manage public access to the lake.
In response to neighbourhood concerns over boat-launching, parking and partying, the community association has launched a survey to revamp guidelines to the four public lake accesses.
“(Residents) came to our community association and we decided to see how all of the lake accesses were working for the community and the Greater Victoria district,” said Andy Sanford on behalf of the association.
John Wrinch, chair of the community association, says he wants all members of the public who use the lake to contribute to the survey.
“The more input the committee has to work with, the more meaningful their recommendations will be,” Wrinch said in a press release.
The survey is available at www.pldca.ca until Sept. 11.