January 7, 2016

Public Workshop on Park and Recreation Needs

The County of Los Angeles is conducting a county-wide assessment of the need for parks and recreation in both cities and unincorporated areas.  The goal of the Park Needs Assessment is to engage all communities within the county in a collaborative process to gather input for future decision making on parks and recreation.

To assist in this effort, the City of Agoura Hills will host a Park Needs Assessment Workshop on Thursday, January 14, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. in the Agoura Hills Recreation and Event Center, located at 29900 Ladyface Court in Agoura Hills.   Residents can gain an understanding of the existing park and recreation assets in the city, and provide feedback on improving, expanding, and making these areas more accessible.  Comments received from the workshop will assist the county and city in determining park and recreation needs and priorities.

To view more infomation about this initiative, please visit  http://lacountyparkneeds.org/ 

For more information, please contact Amy Brink, Director of Community Services for the City of Agoura Hills, at (818) 597- 7361.

1 comment:

L.A. Brown said...

Chesebro Meadow will soon be the most beautiful park in all of Agoura. When when considers that money the city spends on parks and the maintenance of them, Chesebro Park would have been a bargain had the city just recognized it earlier. I think our city leaders need to get it out of their heads that in order to be a public park you have to have swings and a playground. The best parks do not.