The Broomfield Parks and Recreation department is still looking for input into the new Open Space, Parks, Recreation and Trails Master Plan.

The city and county is working to refresh the OSPRT, which was last updated in 2005. The OSPRT “serves as a roadmap and guides decisions about open lands, trails and recreation programs and facilities,” according to the OSPRT refresh website.

A survey is currently available on Broomfield Voice where residents can provide feedback on the current plan, and help update existing strategies to preserve Broomfield’s natural resources for the next 20 years. Along with the survey, the city is hosting focus group discussions and providing information at community events to create engagement and gather input.

According to the website, open lands are defined as public and private lands acquired or preserved in the public interest for parks and open space uses. They help with conservation and protection of natural, cultural, historic and scenic resources.

The survey will remain open on Broomfield Voice through June 25, and officials are urging residents to provide feedback before the close date.

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Sydney McDonald
2022-06-07 01:00:14
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