The Enderby arena is popular with Enderby residents during the winter. (Shelley Ambrosi photo)

Recreation input sought in Enderby

  • Tue Aug 1st, 2017 6:00am
  • News

Enderby and rural Enderby are invited to provide ideas on parks and recreation.

The Enderby and District Services Commission is encouraging people to use a new survey to help shape the future of parks and recreation facilities in the area.

“Parks and recreation facilities are informed by a master parks plan, which is a road map that helps to guide investment. Survey results will help update the master parks plan,” said Tate Bengtson, chief administrative officer.

The master parks plan was adopted in 2011 following public consultation.

“Since then, most of the short-term projects have been completed,” said Bengtson.

“This update helps the commission to ensure that its priority projects are aligned with the community context. Public input was the main source of ideas for the master parks plan when it was adopted back in 2011. That same public will help plan out the next five years of investment and improvement.”

The survey is available at www.cityofenderby.com/parksplan/ until Sept. 30.