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FAYETTEVILLE — City officials are still asking for ideas from residents about what they’d like to see in the local parks system over the next decade.
The city is working on a 10-year master plan that will help guide the development of park projects across Fayetteville. The work began in 2018, and most recently included three public meetings to gather feedback for the plan.
“At the meetings people gave us some good feedback but we are always looking for more,” said Ted Jack, the city’s park planning superintendent.
Jack said an online survey is available for residents who couldn’t make it out to the meetings.
There are three additional questionnaires under the online survey section, including a community input questionnaire, a question about gardens in Fayetteville, and a question about amenities in city’s parks.