MENDOCINO Co., 10/01/19 — The Mendocino County Parks Department is doing an assessment of local parks, and they want to hear from you!
There are six parks managed by the Department: Low Gap Park in Ukiah, Mill Creek Park in Talmage, Lions Club Park in Redwood Valley, Indian Creek Park and Campground in Philo, Faulkner Park in Boonville, and Bower Park in Gualala; most other parks in the county are inside of city limits and managed by those cities.
Now the Department has built a survey to get public feedback about these community resources and is asking any resident who would like to to fill it out.
So, do you have a vision — or a complaint — about one of these county parks, but haven’t known where to turn? Now’s your chance to tell the county what you want to see: you can take the survey at this link. You can also get involved with local parks, and learn more about the park assessment. Here’s all the details in a press release from the county:
Ukiah, California: September 30, 2019
Mendocino County Parks Needs Assessment Seeks Community Input
Tell us about your County Park needs! The County of Mendocino is in the process of completing a Parks Needs Assessment. County residents and active users of our six County Parks are invited to get involved and share your ideas and help shape the future of our Parks by taking our Parks Needs Assessment Survey at: www.mymendocinoparks.org.
Share your feedback about one or all of your Mendocino County Parks:
– Bower Park, Gualala
– Faulkner Park, Boonville
– Indian Creek Park and Campground, Philo
– Low Gap Park, Ukiah
– Mill Creek Park, Talmage
– Lions Club Park, Redwood Valley
Want to learn more about the Parks Needs Assessment Project? Visit our website www.mymendocinoparks.org for details about the project and how to get involved. For more information, please contact the Mendocino County Cultural Services Agency Parks Division at 707-234-2875.Mendocino County press release, September 30, 2019.