COVER PHOTO by DON ANDERS: An old gate on what is now Spring Lake Preserve is a reminder of the tract’s former use as ranch land. The city is seeking input on a parks master plan that includes the 250 acre property.
From the city of San Marcos
The city of San Marcos’ parks and recreation department plans a series of public hearings in July, August and September to take public comment on the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan.
“We invite both written and verbal testimony from San Marcos residents at these hearings,” said William Ford, Assistant Director of Parks & Recreation. “The parks master plan will serve as an important guide for development of future facilities, parks, trails and open space corridors, as well as set priorities for our parks system.”
Public Hearing will be held on the following dates and locations:
Individuals who require auxiliary aids and services for this meeting should contact the City of San Marcos ADA Coordinator at 393-8244 (voice) or 393-8229 (TDD). Residents may also mail comments to the Parks & Recreation Department, City of San Marcos, 630 E. Hopkins, San Marcos, Texas 78666 or email to email@example.com.Email | Print