You are invited to PORTicipate in the Port Colborne Parks & Recreation Master Plan Public Meeting

Posted by Michelle Cuthbert on Thursday, April 11th, 2019

We need your input!
You're invited to #PORTicipate in the Port Colborne Parks & Recreation Master Plan Public Meeting on April 24, 2019!

The City of Port Colborne is preparing its Parks and Recreation Master Plan that will guide the future operations of Parks and Recreation services, facilities and amenities for the City.

The Project Team has been conducting stakeholder engagement with City residents, recreational providers, City staff and Council. Consultation with community members is integral in the development of recommendations for the final Master Plan.

The Project Team has compiled the results of the online survey, working sessions, interviews and community feedback. The stakeholder findings will be presented to the general public on Wednesday, April 24th.

This public meeting provides an opportunity to report back on ’what we’ve heard’ from you!

For more information about the Parks & Recreation Master Plan, visit: http://portcolborne.ca/page/prmp

Event Location:

Council Chambers (3rd Floor)

66 Charlotte Street, City of Port Colborne

6:30 — 8:30 pm

Winners from the Online Survey Draw will be announced at the public meeting!

If you have not provided feedback to the project team and wish to do so, please contact Pierre Chauvin or Julie Welch (see contact information below).

Project Contacts:

Pierre Chauvin or Julie Welch

MHBC Planning

519-576-3650

pchauvin@mhbcplan.com OR

jwelch@mhbcplan.com

City contact:

Nicole Halasz, Manager of Parks & Recreation

City of Port Colborne

66 Charlotte Street

Port Colborne ON, L3K 3C8

Phone: 905-835-2901

Email: nicolehalasz@portcolborne.ca

 
 
 

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