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Grass Valley residents encouraged to provide feedback on park possibilities

The Union staff

Grass Valley is currently conducting a series of public meetings regarding its parks.

As staff continue moving forward with a strategic parks plan, the city is applying for several statewide park grant opportunities through California State Parks/Prop 68. A large part of the grant process is to co-create, listen to the community and together decide what park needs and features are most desired. Staff are working to encourage input from all ages, health organizations, outdoor recreation groups and those who assist the under-served in our community.

“We are hosting several public meetings in April (and more to come in May) to get the required feedback,” said Shanin Ybarrondo. “We are wanting to spread the word to the general public and those who wish to contribute ideas.”

The next meetings are scheduled on April 24, from 6-8 p.m. in council chambers, 125 East Main St.; from 2:30-4:30 p.m. April 25 at Atria Senior Living, 150 Sutton Way; and from 5-7 p.m. April 29 in council chambers. For more information, call Ybarrondo at 530-274-4717 or Zac Quentmeyer at 530-274-4713.


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