We’ve been asked to forward this message along to residents in our subdivision:
Canton Values Your Input!
Help Determine the Possible Future Development of Preservation Park and Patriot Park
As an active member of our community, your ideas and opinions about the future of Canton’s parks are important to us. Master Plans for Preservation Park and Patriot Park, both located in Northwest Canton, are currently being updated and will guide decision-making for these sites over the next five years. Residents are encouraged to provide input in determining the future development of these parks at two upcoming public meetings.
Preservation Park (formerly known as the Bartlett Travis House Property) is located at 500 North Ridge Road and is currently home to several historic buildings, Community Gardens, the Canton Farmers Market, and Dog Park. Patriot Park, located on the Northwest corner of Ford and Ridge Roads, is currently undeveloped, natural space. Current Master Plans for both of these sites are available online at Cantonfun.org
All of the ideas, comments, and opinions received from Canton’s residents will be used to formulate the direction for developing future park amenities, such as: increased access to natural spaces, trails, gardens, athletics, art and other desired amenities. Please join us for these upcoming Leisure Services focus groups/community forums.
Preservation Park Community Forum
Monday, April 7 from 7-8 p.m.
Canton Administration Building, located at 1150 S. Canton Center Road
Patriot Park Focus Group Open House
Monday, April 14 from 7-9 p.m.
Cherry Hill School, located at 50440 Cherry Hill Road
Participants are asked to please RSVP for these Focus Groups by calling 734/394-5360 or by email email@example.com. If you are unable to attend the focus groups and would still like to provide public comment, please contact the Leisure Services office.
Your observations, impressions and vision are of critical importance to the success of the planning process, please stop by and tell us your views and ideas and what we should plan for the future of these Canton parks.
Hope to see you there!
Canton Leisure Services Parks
1150 Canton Center Road South