The city of San Diego will host the last of three workshops Saturday to take public feedback on the future of the city’s parks.
The workshop is part of the city’s outreach efforts as it prepares to establish a Parks Master Plan for the first time in more than 50 years. The plan will serve as a guide for the resource and funding needs of the city’s Department of Parks and Recreation in the immediate future.
“The workshops are opportunities for residents to learn more about the Parks Master Plan and contribute ideas to help decide future parks and programs to meet the recreational needs of our citizens,” said city Planning Director Mike Hansen. “We encourage everyone to become involved in this important process.”
The city held two workshops on the Parks Master Plan last month. The final workshop comes as the San Diego City Council combs the mayor’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2020, which includes funding for the Department of Parks and Recreation. The workshop will be held at 10 a.m. at the Carmel Valley Recreation Center, at 3777 Townsgate Drive.
–City News Service