LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) – If you have ideas on what equipment and services the La Crosse city parks should offer, here’s your chance to share them with the decision makers.
The Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department held a public input session Monday seeing what the public would like to see in the strategic plans for the next five years.
Officials say each park has its own unique aspects, but there are opportunities for sharing.
“We’re providing these parks for the people of this community to use,” Office manager Christa Gerloff said. “You are paying your tax dollars to use these parks. We want to give you what you are paying for.”
“We may be thinking of a million and one things, but you might have that other one thing we’re not thinking of. No idea can be a bad idea, but we have to at least know about it to consider it,” Gerloff added.
If you missed the meeting, you can still give your feedback by taking the survey here or by calling the office at 608-789-7533.