Natasha Lovato / NewsBreak Denver
(Douglas County, Colo.) The South Suburban board of directors seeks public input on the 2017 South Suburban Parks and Recreation master plan moves into the next phase.
The board created the plan to identify and address the vision and goals for the next five to 10 years.
With a large portion of the 2017 goals completed, South Suburban is ready to identify the next round of projects for the next five years.
Since the master plan's inception, South Suburban constructed a new sports complex, made integrated playground updates, and improved sports courts, picnic shelters, and trails. South Suburban manages more than 3,800 acres of developed and open space parkland and over 115 miles of trails which the master plan incorporates.
From now until Sept. 1, community members can take the Master Plan survey to share ideas for improvements and provide feedback.
In addition to the survey, South Suburban staff will collect feedback at several community events throughout the summer. Some of the event pop-ups include the RidgeGate Concert Series throughout the summer, The Pancake Stampede 5K at Hudson Gardens, The Lone Tree Independence Day celebration, and over a dozen more events through the end of September.
Click here to view a schedule of events and get the latest news on the 2022 Master Plan Update process.