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Posted on: February 23, 2021

[ARCHIVED] City seeks input on conceptual renderings for 3 parks

A wide roofed concrete pavilion in a grassy area

PHOTO #1: The Grover’s Bend Pavilion is located in Riverside Park, one of the parks that will receive a conceptual rendering as part of the City of Victoria’s forthcoming Parks & Recreation master plan. 

A large brick amphitheatre at the bottom of a grassy hillPHOTO #2: An amphitheater is one of the amenities at Ethel Lee Tracy Park. The City of Victoria is seeking input on a conceptual rendering for the park.

A small park with a basketball court, a children's playground and a pavilion.PHOTO #3: Martin Luther King Jr. Park features a basketball court and a children’s playground. The City of Victoria is seeking input on a conceptual rendering for the park.

Victoria residents will have an opportunity to let City officials know about changes they’d like to see in three of Victoria’s parks by responding to a series of brief surveys.

The surveys are part of the development process for the forthcoming Parks & Recreation master plan, which will address the City’s entire Parks system as well as its recreational programming. The master plan will include conceptual renderings for Riverside Park, Ethel Lee Tracy Park and Martin Luther King Jr. Park.

Residents can respond to the specialized surveys about each of the planned conceptual renderings, as well as a broader survey relating to the Parks & Recreation master plan as a whole, at www.victoriatx.gov/masterplans.

Parks & Recreation will host an open house in early March to discuss residents’ responses to the surveys and provide an additional opportunity for public input. The survey results and comments, along with responses from Parks & Recreation, will be included in the final master plan, which is expected to be adopted in fall 2021.

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