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Feb. 24, 2015
For Immediate Release
The City of Lilburn is seeking public input during the master planning process for Lilburn City Park and the Camp Creek Greenway.
The Department of Planning and Economic Development has created an online survey to gather public opinion. The survey also is available in the lobby at City Hall. The scope of the study is limited to current usage and future amenities for City Park and the Greenway.
The 30-day public input period began on Monday, Feb. 23, with a presentation about the park master plan at the Mayor's Town Hall Meeting. The period will conclude on March 23 with a presentation of survey findings at 7 p.m. at City Hall.
"This is an opportunity to refresh the vision of City Park and the Greenway, to ensure that our park continues to act as a community gathering spot with amenities and events for residents and visitors," City Planner Joellen Wilson said.
Lilburn City Park is a 10-acre gem in the middle of the city, featuring a walking/jogging path, children's playground, tennis courts, public restrooms, rental pavilion that seats 160, bandstand, and an open field area. City Park is the trailhead for the 4.2-mile Camp Creek Greenway Trail, which spans from Killian Hill Road to Lions Club Park on Rockbridge Road.
Survey link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/citypark2015
Media Contact: Nikki Perry, Public Relations Manager, 770-638-2223 office, 678-551-1196 cell, firstname.lastname@example.org