Proposed Improvements for Rosemont Multi-Generational Park
September 21, 2018
Successful open house held to gather feedback for Rosemont Multi-Generational Park; Online survey open until Friday, September 28th
Nelson, BC - On Thursday, 20th September 2018, the Rotary Club of Nelson Daybreak and the City of Nelson hosted a public information open house to talk about a planned parks improvement project and distribute surveys on the Rosemont Multigenerational Park project.
Dozens of community members attended and approximately 200 completed surveys have already been received, both online and hard copy. The survey closes September 28th at 11:00am.
Once the survey closes, the feasibility for the development will be determined based on community feedback received, current community needs and funding. A phased approach will be considered to ensure all development is sustainable.
Daybreak Rotary have applied for the Aviva Community Grant which provide funding for community projects. The online voting for this grant begins on September 25th and the public are able to vote up to 10 times.
Special thanks to Randy Horswill of Nelson Home Building Centre who attended the open house and generously donated $2,000 towards the Rosemont Multigenerational Park project.
Craig Stanley, Parks & Public Works Supervisor – firstname.lastname@example.org / 250.352.8227
Let the fundraising begin!
Meg Milner and other members of Nelson Daybreak Rotary, residents of Nelson, City officials, and Councillor Michael Daily, receive a $2,000 donation from Randy Horswill, owner of Nelson’s Home Hardware stores, towards the development of a multigenerational park in Rosemont.