10 Feb Minot Park District Hosts Public Input Open House on Indoor Facility Study
Minot Park District Hosts Public Input Open House on Indoor Facility Study
Minot, ND- The Minot Park District welcomes the community to join them for a Public Forum set for February 16 and 17 in room 201 of the Minot Municipal Auditorium. On Wednesday, February 16 there is a senior hour set for 4:00pm-5:00pm followed by a public input open house for all ages from 5:00pm-7:00pm. There will be another opportunity for public input open house on Thursday, February 17 from 5:00pm-7:00pm.
Ron Merritt, Executive Director of the Minot Park District said, “We believe planning for the future is an integral part of a successful community.” says, Merritt. “Planning for the future allows us to organize our communities wants and needs as well as plan our budget in a fiscally responsible manner.”
The Minot Park District has been working with JLG Architects on an indoor recreation facility study to analyze future uses of the Minot Municipal Auditorium and the land adjacent to the MAYSA Arena. The public forum will give the community the opportunity to review concepts and provide comments on proposed drawings put together through information compiled from an online survey done in the summer of 2021 as well as input from user groups and Minot Parks staff.
‘We want everyone to understand this study is part of a long-term master plan.” says, Merritt. “As a Park District this allows for us to plan projects, budgets and fundraising efforts to impact our community’s quality of life in the most efficient way possible.”
For more information, please call the Minot Park District office at 857-4136.