City of Kingman Parks, Aquatics, Recreation & Golf to Hold Master Plan Community Input Meeting

Written by The Bee

January 21, 2020

KINGMAN, Ariz. – The City of Kingman Parks & Recreation Department is holding a community input meeting Thursday, January 23, 2020, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm at the Centennial Park Community Center located at 3345 Harrison Street. The City of Kingman is seeking public input on community needs for Parks, Recreation, Golf and Trails. For more information regarding the community meeting, please call (928) 757-7919.
The city is conducting a facilities master plan to assess the condition and use of our facilities and programs. The focus is on the Centennial Park Community Center, trails, pools, golf course, recreation programs, parks and future parks. We want to hear from residents, business owners, special interest groups and any other interested parties. The master plan will look at existing park facilities, recreation programs, trails and the golf course
to determine potential gaps in recreation facilities and amenities within the community. This will create guidelines to assist with future planning and improvements in our city. In addition to focus groups, stakeholder meetings, staff meetings and a public input session, a needs assessment survey will also be conducted. The results of the information gathered will be used to determine the needs for additional recreational programs, new facilities and renovations desired by Kingman residents. We will identify funding sources, potential partnerships, and determine how best to support the recreation needs of the community. The City of Kingman has contracted with GreenPlay, LLC, a nationally known parks and recreation management consulting firm to oversee the Facilities Master Plan.

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