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Public input meeting for Singing Wind Park scheduled

todayJuly 12, 2022 1

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The City of Kerrville Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting a public input meeting to receive community input for the Singing Wind Park Master Plan on Wednesday, July 20 at 5:30 p.m. at the Dietert Center, 451 Guadalupe Street in Kerrville.

Singing Wind Park is a 100-acre park located at 2112 Singing Wind Drive.  Park amenities include the Olympic Pool, softball fields, skate park, two miles of hike/bike trails, playgrounds, pavilion, grills and more.

“With the adoption of our Parks Master Plan 2022 update this spring, it’s time to start planning for the next park at the top of the priority list for improvements, which is Singing Wind Park,” said Ashleea Boyle, director of Parks and Recreation.  “We’d like to invite the community to participate in this process and provide feedback on what ideas and improvements they would like to see.”

Boyle says that a feasibility study of the Olympic Pool was done in 2019 and those results will be included in the Singing Wind Park Master Plan.  The city is now focused on looking for feedback for the remainder of the park.

For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Dept. at (830) 257-7300, or visit the city’s website at www.kerrvilletx.gov.

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