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The community is invited to provide input on the drafted plan for the future of parks and recreation in Granbury on Monday, February 3 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at Granbury City Hall (116 W. Bridge St.).
The City of Granbury is in the process of updating the Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan. The purpose of the Master Plan is to provide guidance to the City of Granbury and the decisions that it makes regarding parks, recreation, and open space over the next 10 years. It is important that these decisions work in concert to develop a diverse and exciting parks, recreation, and open space system that enhances the City’s quality of life for years to come.
Last fall, public meetings and surveys were facilitated to get community feedback on the future of parks and recreation. The goal of this meeting is for the public to provide the planning team with feedback on findings, recommendations, and implementation options.
The City last adopted a Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan in 2010; the plan is available online.
The City of Granbury is working with Halff Associates to create this plan. The City also worked with Halff Associates for the 2010 plan. Halff Associates is a unique regional consulting firm that has provided full-service engineering, architecture, and related services for decades.
For more information, please contact the Parks & Recreation Department at (817) 573-7030.
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