Lacombe County needs feedback on recreation

Lacombe County is looking for feedback from residents on recreation.

Lacombe County is looking for feedback from residents on recreation.

A regional recreation plan is in the works and an online survey has been created to gather input on what direction residents would like to see the county go. The survey will be posted online from Wednesday to May 17.

A telephone survey can be done by calling 403-782-6601. A paper copy is also available.

The survey will take about 10 to 15 minutes to complete.

County residents who complete the survey in the first two weeks will be entered into a draw for an iPad. A second draw will be held on the closing date for an iPhone.

Following the survey a series of stakeholder meetings will be held throughout the county in June.

Meetings will include presentations on the strategic direction for recreation, survey results and recommendations for future facility development.

Prior to each presentation an open house will take place so the public can view plans and speak to council members and county staff.

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