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County looking for input for future amenities at Veteran’s Park

For Clay Today
Posted 6/27/24

GREEN COVE SPRINGS — Clay County acquired the 641-acre Veterans Park site in March 2000 through the federal government to permanently use and maintain it as a public park. The county’s goal for …

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County looking for input for future amenities at Veteran’s Park


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GREEN COVE SPRINGS— Clay County acquired the 641-acre Veterans Park site in March 2000 through the federal government to permanently use and maintain it as a public park.

The county’s goal for the site is to continue to provide public access to recreation opportunities through a sustainable long-term plan.

Due to changing recreation needs and trends, the Parks and Recreation Department has begun Phase 1 of a Feasibility Study and Site Plan. This phase includes asking the community for input through a short survey at surveymonkey.com/r/ClayCountyVeteransPark.