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The planning process for the future of parks in the southwest area of Cherokee County has begun, and residents can share their thoughts via an online survey.
The survey, utilizing Social Pinpoint, allows interested parties to participate in engagement activities that provide feedback to planners. Residents can map their ideas, including drawing where they would like to see trails built, by using the add a comment feature. The survey can be taken online or printed and submitted to the county offices on Bluffs Parkway or the CRP offices on Main Street in Woodstock.
The online survey is available at www.cherokeega.com/planning/SW-Cherokee-Parks-and-Trails-Plan. A direct link is available on the county website homepage.
The engagement activities will be available online through the second week of November when a second public input meeting is expected. Cherokee Recreation & Parks leadership hopes to have an in-person, outdoor meeting in November. A future meeting is slated for early 2021.
Anyone with questions should contact Bryan Reynolds, director of Community Services for Cherokee County, at BDReynolds@CherokeeGA.com or Sarah McColley, with TSW, at email@example.com.