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Scugog looks to the public for feedback on splash pad plan



DAN CEARNS The Standard


SCUGOG: The Township of Scugog is looking for feedback from the community on the project to replace the Palmer Park Splash Pad.

At a meeting on Monday, January 29th, Carol Coleman, Scugog’s Director of Public Works and Infrastructure, announced the Township is making available an online survey on options to replace the Port Perry park’s splash pad.

“We have a couple of options available on the My Scugog website that you can look at and provide feedback on features you like and you don’t like so we can put that into the final design,” Director Coleman said. “We hope everyone will take a look and provide us [with] their thoughts.”

The survey is open until Sunday, February 11th and can be accessed online at my.scugog.ca/palmer-park-splash-pad.

“Replacing the splash pad was identified through the Port Perry Waterfront Action Plan and the Township's Asset Management Plan. The objective is to replace the splash pad to enhance the waterfront park and downtown area of Port Perry. Construction is planned for 2024 and is expected to provide an enhanced space to bring children and youth from the Township together in a safe, outdoor setting,” the website states.

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