Update: If you were not able to attend the public meeting, staff still want your input. Project information, along with a comment sheet, which can be e-mailed to the project team is available by clicking the link below. Comments will be accepted electronically until May 20.
Comments may also be left on the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1611366782518018/
The City of Iowa City Parks and Recreation Department, in coordination with Friends of Hickory Hill Park, will hold a public input meeting to discuss the proposed Hickory Hill Park Master Plan from 2-3:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 15 at the park shelter near the south entrance to the park, 1439 Bloomington Street. In the case of rainout, the meeting will be held at the Robert A. Lee Recreation Center Social Hall, 220 S. Gilbert Street.
Project goals and objectives that have been identified include:
- Improve wayfinding and signage
- Improvements to bridges and trails
- Review park programming
- Improve park identification
- Recommend trail surfacing materials
- Improve access to the northern park area.
This will be the final public input meeting for the Hickory Hill Master Plan. A prior meeting was held on March 13, followed by an online public commenting period from March 13- April 1.
If you are not able to attend the public meeting, staff still want your input. Project information will be posted online at www.icgov.org/pr along with a comment sheet which can be e-mailed to the project team. This information will be made available online from May 16 – May 20.
Find this event on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/events/1611366782518018/.