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The Parks and Recreation Master Plan needs your input

For Clay Today
Posted 3/28/24

CLAY COUNTY – Your local government wants to hear from you. Yes, you. The Clay County Parks and Recreation Department is going through the process of updating its Parks and Recreation Master Plan, …

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The Parks and Recreation Master Plan needs your input


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CLAY COUNTY – Your local government wants to hear from you. Yes, you. The Clay County Parks and Recreation Department is going through the process of updating its Parks and Recreation Master Plan, and you are cordially invited to chime in. 

The Master Plan will guide park improvements, prioritize implementation and provide guidance for future development and redevelopment of the county’s parks and recreation resources. The county will use your feedback as a foundation moving forward.

There are five in-person opportunities to share your thoughts on the future of the county's parks:

• April 1 - TBD

• April 2 - TBD

• April 3 - TBD

• April 10 - Middleburg/Clay Hill Library, 5:30-7 p.m.

• April 11th - Keystone Heights Pavilion, 5:30-7 p.m.

The meetings will be held open house style, so feel free to come and go any time.

Can't make it to the meeting? All residents can provide feedback by filling out an online survey at bit.ly/3IyQcc0.

This link will be available until mid-April.

In addition, a survey invite was mailed to a random sampling of 5,000 households.

The survey will ask residents about the improvements they want to see and the most important changes. Its results will help the county grow responsibly by prioritizing the places most desired improvement.

GAI leads this project with survey and data work done by RRC Associates.
If residents have additional questions, they can contact Justin Pierce, Director of Parks and Recreation, at Justin.Pierce@claycountygov.com, or (904) 284-6378.

Editor's note – The meetings on April 1, 2 and 3 have been rescheduled to later dates. The meeting on April 2 will be moved to a new venue. The change has been edited and will be amended when the schedule is tentative. The meetings on April 10 and 11 are as scheduled.