The City of Laguna Niguel has started the process of developing a collaborative, community-supported Citywide Park Needs Assessment that outlines how to best meet the future parks and recreation needs of its citizens and build economic and cultural value.
The Citywide Park Needs Assessment is a planning document that will provide a clear vision supported by goals, policies, and objectives that give direction to the City for development, redevelopment, expansion, and enhancement of the City park system. The Citywide Park Needs Assessment will help guide City goals and priorities for the next 20 years or more.
As part of the input and feedback process, the City is hosting workshops through November. Workshop #2 took place on October 9 and can be viewed via the City’s YouTube channel.
The City is seeking feedback from businesses and residents via the second survey, available online through Friday, October 23. Share this information with other local business owners residing in Laguna Niguel.
The City’s goal is to capture community feedback through an array of methods and ensure recommendations that will help shape the future of Laguna Niguel are presented through this community outreach effort.
Updates about the project and future workshop information and surveys will be available on the project website. (Click on the photo for more information.)