County Wants Residents' Input Regarding Parks

Officials will host meetings to ask residents how they think parks could be improved.

Public input is wanted from residents on what they think can be done to improve Passaic County parks.

County representatives will host a series of meetings to talk with residents on what they think could be done at both county- and local-owned parks.

The meetings, which all begin at 7 p.m., will be held on the following days:

  • Wednesday, Jan. 16 at the Bloomingdale Municipal Building, 101 Hamburg Turnpike.
  • Tuesday, Jan. 22 at the Clifton City Hall, 900 Clifton Avenue.
  • Thursday, Jan. 24 at the Passaic County Planning & Economic Development Office, 930 Riverview Drive, Suite 250, Totowa.
  • Thursday, January 31 at the Woodland Park Municipal Building, 5 Brophy Lane.

The county is in the process of putting together a new Park, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan is expected to be released in April. Additional public meetings will be scheduled once the plan is released.

Residents may also submit their opinions online via the county's website.

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