SALT LAKE CITY – The Parks & Public Lands Division of Salt Lake City will host a symposium for community members to learn more about current and on-going projects in the City’s Parks, Natural Lands, Urban Forestry and City Cemetery Programs. On Saturday, September 22, 2012, at the City & County Building, City staff will present information and answer questions about the following projects:
- Bike Terrain Parks
- Riparian Restoration
- Community Gardens
- Pavilion Reservations
- Ball Field Reservations
- Off Leash Dogs
- Wasatch Hollow Restoration
- Westpointe Park Pavilion
- Frisbee Golf
- 600 East Median Project
- Ron Heaps Memorial Park
- Integrated Pest Management Plan
- Imperial Park Project
Residents are encouraged to attend one of two information sessions focused on efforts to improve and enhance outdoor public space citywide, and then take advantage of the full slate of activities and 1960s-themed fun during the Celebrate the City event at Library Square (and free admission to The Leonardo) right across the street from the Salt Lake City & County Building.
This public outreach offers community members an opportunity to provide input on project visions and details and help shape the future of our City’s unique outdoor spaces.
WHAT: Salt Lake City Parks & Public Lands Symposium
WHERE: Salt Lake City & County Building, Floors 2-4
WHEN: Saturday, September 22nd, 2012 – 9-11 a. m & 1-3 p. m.
For more information regarding the symposium and topics covered please refer to the following website: www.slcparks.com