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Parks & Rec hosting Neighborhood Park Meet & Greets

Posted by thowens on July 8, 2015

The Auburn Parks & Recreation Department is introducing its new administrator, Eric Ditmars, via a series of meet-and-greets at local neighborhood parks. The public is invited to attend these sessions and share ideas for improving the city's parks in the future. The Parks department plans to use this feedback as it builds its next Five-Year Master Plan.

Focused on Auburn's neighborhood parks, the meet-and-greet sessions will take begin at 5 p.m. on the following days:

  • July 15: Forrest Park
  • July 16: DeSoto Park
  • July 21: Smith Acres

Neighbors of the parks are encouraged to come out and discuss issues and share thoughts about the parks in their neighborhood. If you are unable to attend, you can also provide input by completing our short Parks & Recreation Department Public Opinion Survey.

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