The Adams County Parks & Open Space Department and consultant team, Design Workshop, are working together to update the Adams County Regional Park and Fairgrounds Master Plan. The public is invited to an open house on Thursday, Feb. 2, 4:30–6:30 p.m., at Adams County Regional Park, Administration Building (9755 Henderson Rd., Brighton) to share thoughts and feedback on the future needs at the Regional Park and Fairgrounds.
“Today, Adams County is trying to meet and balance the needs of the Regional Park and Fairgrounds clientele and visitors while looking to the future,” said Kurt Carlson, Regional Park manager. “The comprehensive master plan will ensure stewardship of natural resources, meet recreational demands of a growing regional population, and will be used to study the continued marketability and financial viability of the improvements to the regional facility.”
This event is open to the public, and the Parks & Open Space Department is working with individual user groups to receive their valuable input as well. A presentation, including community polling, will be given at 4:45 p.m. and again at 5:45 p.m. A survey will be posted to the county website following the open house for anyone who is unable to attend.
The park serves as a respite for people, contains an abundance of wildlife, provides a variety of recreational opportunities, and houses the Adams County Fairgrounds, Adams County Museum, Adams Hollow Disc Golf Course, and the Riverdale Golf Course. To learn more about the Adams County Regional Park and Fairgrounds Master Plan, visit adcogov.org/parks-open-space.