Pierce County Parks and Recreation is looking for public input Park Improvements Study
Pierce County Parks and Recreation is looking for public input on potential park improvements to Sprinker, Lake Tapps Park and Frontier Park through an online open house which will be up until Friday, Nov. 4, 2016. We appreciate you taking seven minutes to complete our survey.
The open house provides individuals with the opportunity to view potential improvement design options, costs and descriptions to these particular parks. The Parks Department is asking for participants to prioritize improvements. Additionally, the online open house provides insight into funding and how these improvements can be funded.
Feedback from the open house will help parks prioritize improvements as funding becomes available.
About Pierce County Parks and Recreation
Pierce County Parks and Recreation wants to help maintain healthy lifestyles by connecting people, parks, programs and partnerships to the residents of unincorporated Pierce County.
The department maintains over 5,100 acres at 30 sites, including three recreation centers, a sports complex, ice rink, skateboard park, two boat launch sites, three golf courses, trail corridors, two disc golf courses, and a large number of passive open space sites. Pierce County Parks and Recreation also offers a variety of special events, programs and activities for all ages and ability levels.