Prince William County residents can have a hand in deciding the future of recreation.
The Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism is hosting a forum on Saturday.
It will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the McCoart Administration Building in Woodbridge, according to a release.
Officials will use the feedback they receive from the meeting to update the county’s Comprehensive Plan.
Fifty-five parks and recreational areas sit on more than 4,000 acres in Prince William County, according to Director of Parks, Recreation & Tourism Seth Hendler-Voss.
“As we plan for the future, it is critical we understand how well we are meeting our residents’ needs for both passive and active recreation opportunities today, and develop a full grasp of the needs of tomorrow,” Hendler-Voss said in a release.
Recreation also plays a role in the county’s development.
“Parks are central to positioning Prince William County as a vibrant community of choice where families choose to live and businesses choose to locate,” Hendler-Voss said.
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