Baltimore County’s Department of Recreation and Parks will be hosting a virtual town hall on November 18th at 6p to discuss their Land Preservation, Parks, and Recreation Plan.
As part of Baltimore County’s Land Preservation, Parks, and Recreation Plan (LPPRP); the Department of Recreation and Parks recently announced a town hall for residents to learn more about LPPRP and provide public input.
According to Baltimore County:
The Land Preservation, Parks and Recreation Plan (LPPRP) serves as the advisory master plan for the Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks. The LPPRP outlines the County’s recreation, parks and open space policies, goals, objectives and priorities, particularly those associated with parklands and recreational facilities.
The Department of Recreation and Parks is currently developing the 2022 LPPRP, which will guide priorities for the next five years. A new online survey asks residents to share their opinions about the current state of open spaces and recreational opportunities in the County and to identify areas for improvement. The survey should take about ten minutes to complete and will be open until Monday, November 15.
Read more about the town hall and the LPPRP.
At this year’s MACo Winter Conference, panelists during the “New Tech for Parks and Rec: Rebooting Public Spaces” presentation will be discussing the future of public parks and how technology can enhance this amazing public resource.
Learn more about MACo’s Winter Conference: