Riverdale needs to hear from residents about what they feel is needed when it comes to parks, trails and wild spaces owned and cared for by the City. For the past few months, an ad hoc group of residents have been working with Council Member Anthony Heddlesten and representatives from MSA Professional Services to conduct a comprehensive review of the natural assets of the community.
A survey has been developed to collect the thoughts of residents on how the City should use its natural assets and further develop the parks and trails in the City. MSA has prepared an overview of the project that explains the processes used and the long-term vision and goals the process is intended to define.
The hope is that the City and MSA will be able to conduct a virtual community input session sometime this summer. The public’s participation in the survey is necessary, though, to make sure that input session is worthwhile.
Please click here to take the survey right now.