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Hamilton County Parks seek community input

The photos capture visitors enjoying a walk along the trails at River Road Park. Photos courtesy of Hamilton County Parks and Recreation

Hamilton County Parks and Recreation is inviting the public to attend a virtual meeting during which parks representatives will be gathering suggestions and input that will help shape the department’s five-year master plan.  The master plan is used by the department to best determine the needs of the Hamilton County community, as it pertains to its mission.  Through public participation, park leadership will be able to create policy, programs, goals and objectives that will serve as reference in decisions affecting activities ranging from daily operations to implementation of park leadership’s visions for the future.

The virtual meeting will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2021, between 6 and 7 p.m.  Those wishing to participate online must register in advance at:

After registering, a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting virtually will be sent to the registrant.

Additional details related to the meeting or the Hamilton County Parks Department, can be found on the department’s facebook page or by calling 317-770-4400.