Parks Commission seeks citizen input for planSuperior’s Parks & Recreation Commission is hosting two public input sessions this week to help shape the future of the city’s park system.
Superior’s Parks & Recreation Commission is hosting two public input sessions this week to help shape the future of the city’s park system.
Citizens are invited to share their thoughts on the Superior Municipal Forest today. Commissioners are looking for specific recommendations to enhance recreation in the city forest as the new Master Park Plan takes shape, said Mary Morgan, Parks & Recreation administrator.
On Thursday, the focus turns to Billings Park and the opportunities and challenges it presents for users.
“Again, we’re hoping citizens and park users will share their ideas for future improvements to Billings Park,” Morgan said.
The park features picnic areas, play equipment, pavilions, a boat launch, walking paths and the Japanese Friendship Garden and stunning vistas of the St. Louis River, she said.
Both meetings start at 6 p.m. at the Billings Park Civic Center, 3903 N. 18th St.
People can also share their ideas about the park system by participating in an online survey at www.ci.superior.wi.us. On the homepage, scroll down to Master Park Plan to proceed to take the survey. Comments will be accepted through June 30.