Shape the Future of Green Parks and Programs by Sharing Your Ideas through an Online Platform
GREEN, Ohio – The City of Green is seeking resident input to aid in the development of the ten-year Parks and Recreation Master Plan – an outline and direction for the future of our parks and programs. With the Governor’s orders to not hold in-person activities and gatherings, the City invites residents to join us virtually to share your thoughts, ideas and opinions on an online platform at www.GreenParks.MindMixer.com.
As part of the feedback and input stage of the master plan process, the City planned on holding open houses for residents to speak to Parks Master Plan committee members, join in family friendly activities, and participate in a series of exercises to identify needs and preferences. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this stage of the process can no longer be done in person, so we are now conducting these processes online.
The virtual activities are now on the City of Green’s MindMixer page. This website allows residents to:
- Tell us what you miss most about your parks during the Covid-19 pandemic
- Identify your favorite activities in Green Parks
- Vote with dollars on the types of improvements you would like to see
- Identify your ideas for improvements to parks, trails, natural areas, programs, and events
- Identify your vision for the future of parks in Green
- Share photos of your favorite places in Green Parks
- Respond to suggestions by others
To participate, residents will be required to sign-in, which will allow participants to stay up-to-date on the results and progress of the Parks Master Plan and add more feedback throughout. To encourage participation, residents who register may select a token of our appreciation, a selection of City of Green items, from the rewards section of the site.
To participate, visit www.GreenParks.MindMixer.com.
The City of Green, Ohio, founded in 1992, is a prosperous, progressive and promising city with more than 25,000 residents. Approximately 33.5 square-miles, Green is located in southern Summit County. Visit www.cityofgreen.org.