The Alpharetta Recreation and Parks Department wants to update its master plan for the next 10 years. Master Plan 2025 will be used as a guide to plan for improvement and/or expansion of its parks, recreation programming and respond to changes in its demographics.
Since 1998, the city has developed five year plans, said Lisa Cherry, the department's assistant director. Residents can share ideas by:
- Email information to email@example.com.
- Submit a comment form online by Aug. 23.
Stop by the department’s administrative office at Wills Park and complete a comment form.
- Attend the second public input meeting to be held at Alpharetta City Hall from 6 p.m. to 7:20 p.m. Thursday Sept. 12.
- Attend the Alpharetta Recreation Commission meeting to be held at Alpharetta City Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thursday Sept. 12.
Cherry said that while all of the suggestions have not been tackled by the city, Alpharetta has done some things to satisfy those needs. Some of those needs have been addressed via developing relationships with Milton and Fulton County to expand access to fields and making plans with Forsyth County to expand the Big Creek Greenway and connecting other trails and parks.
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