Haldimand County Seeking Additional Public Input To Enhance Public Parks In Cayuga

Haldimand County is once again seeking community input into enhancing public parks in Cayuga. Following public meetings and workshops held earlier in 2019, a survey has been developed to collect additional ideas from residents to help establish a community-driven vision for the Cayuga parks system.

Feedback is being sought for four parks: the Village Green, Cayuga Library Parkette, Bob Baigent Park and the Cayuga Administration Building/Museum property.

Landscape architecture and planning firm Stempski Kelly Associates Inc. has been facilitating the community engagement process and will produce conceptual preferences for the four public parks. Comments from the public are a valuable part of the design process and will be considered in the final park design recommendations.

Residents are encouraged to take the survey online and provide their comments by November 25.

Anyone seeking further information about the survey or Cayuga parks enhancements in general is encouraged to call 905-318-5932 or e-mail Haldimand County’s Community Development & Partnerships Division at cdp@haldimandcounty.on.ca.

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