Public invited to review tree-planting plans for Little Cataraqui Creek Valley lands parks - Public invited to review tree-planting plans for Little Cataraqui Creek Valley lands parks
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September 11, 2014 -
The public is invited to an information session to review and receive feedback on plans to plant trees in City parks in the Little Cataraqui Creek valley lands. Master Plan designs for Meadowbrook and Springer Parks, proposed to reorganize the park areas and forest components of these parks, will be available for review as well.
The meeting is set for 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 24 at Centre 70, 100 Days Rd.
"We look forward to presenting this initiative to people living by or using these parks, as well as those with an interest in the health of the urban forest," says Neal Unsworth, Manager Parks Development.
These City parks in the valley lands of the Little Cataraqui Creek have been identified for tree-planting efforts aimed at building-up the City's urban forest::
- Springer Park
- Meadowbrook Park
- Trailhead Place Parkette
- Parkside Park
- Rivermeade Parkette
Staff will incorporate feedback from the session when it recommends tree-planting locations to the Environment, Infrastructure and Transportation Policies Committee.
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