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Meetings held for public input on zoo, park master plan

Meetings held for public input on zoo, park master plan

BREC officials have begun master planning processes for the Baton Rouge Zoo and Greenwood Community Park. Two nationally-acclaimed design consultants have been selected through a competitive bid process and kickoff meetings were held late last year, allowing the consultants to gain a better understanding of the sites and scope of the projects. The team is eager to hear what the surrounding communities have to say about these public amenities.

A pair of open-house style public meetings are scheduled for Tuesday, January 29th, where the consultants will introduce themselves to you, share preliminary findings, and invite you to share your ideas and suggestions for these projects. The two meetings are:

11 am – 1 pm Tuesday, January 29 at the Baton Rouge Garden Club in Independence Park Botanical Garden
7950 Independence Blvd., Baton Rouge

6 – 8 pm Tuesday, January 29 at The Waterfront Theater in Greenwood Community Park
13350 LA Hwy. 19, Baker

A web page within brec.org is being developed for these projects to provide more information and online engagement tools. We anticipate launching that next week, so watch your email for a notification and graphic-rich promotional materials.

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