The Mason County Parks and Recreation Commission has developed a draft Recreation Plan. The plan evaluates existing recreation opportunities, reviews public opinion regarding parks and recreation, and proposes a five-year action plan, and other related items the County wishes to pursue. Copies of the draft Recreation Plan will be available for review at the following locations:
- County Building – 102 E. Fifth Street, Scottville
- Mason County District Library – 217 E. Ludington Ave, Ludington
- Electronic PDF version available for download here
Written comments may be submitted to the address listed below by November 9, 2012.
The Parks and Recreation Commission will conduct a public hearing on the county’s proposed Recreation Plan at 7:00 p.m. on November 12, 2012, in the conference room of the County Building, 102 E. Fifth Street, Scottville.
For more information, please contact:
Dave Hasenbank, Sec., Parks & Recreation Commission
102 E. Fifth Street
Scottville, Mi 49454
(231)757-9366, (231)757-9384 FAX
Mason County is in the process of updating its 2008 Recreation Plan to serve as a guideline for improvements for recreational facilities and programs throughout the next five years. The planning process will include input and ideas from various stakeholders and will seek to develop a plan that reflects the needs and interests of the Mason County community. This website is used as a way to encourage participation and inform all interested parties on the updates of the planning process. Feel free to click the “Leave a comment” link below and provide your suggestions for the future of Mason County recreation.
The survey is now closed (August 1, 2012).
Comments can also be submitted via the form at the bottom of each post or page on this blog. All comments posted are first reviewed by the Administrator before they are posted and may be edited for clarity. Anonymous postings are permitted. If you prefer to submit a comment without it being posted to this blog, please say so and the Administrator will honor your request.
Your input will invigorate the recreation planning process with new ideas and considerations. The foundation of the goals in the Recreation Plan will be based on the input you provide via the online survey and the blog comments.
If you live in Mason County or love to play and be active in the area, we want your input!