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How you can shape Hall’s master plan for parks
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Josh Rhodes and Angie Standridge walk along the paved trail at Laurel Park in Gainesville, on Saturday, March 10, 2018. - photo by David Barnes

Hall County is working on a master plan for its parks system and is seeking community input.

The survey asks participants about their experiences with the county’s parks and what they want to see moving forward.

"We are strongly encouraging citizens to participate in this process so that the end result is reflective of Hall County as a whole,” Parks Director Mike Little said in a statement.

Five people who take the survey will be randomly selected to win a prize of their choice. Prizes include a family membership to one of Hall County Parks & Leisure's community centers, free registration for a youth or adult sport program and a three-night stay at River Forks Park and Campground.

The master plan will include an evaluation of the county’s current facilities and programs, as well as identify needs in the community and potential land acquisition or funding opportunities.

People can take the survey online through or the Hall County website.

Compiled from Hall County Government press release

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