Public Input Requested for Herron Park and Ute Park Renovation Projects

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Public Input Requested for Herron Park and Ute Park Renovation Projects

The City of Aspen Parks and Open Space Department is seeking public input on proposed renovations to Herron Park and Ute Park.  Both projects are scheduled for upgrades this spring through fall.  

The goal of the Herron Park project is to replace existing play structures with new equipment that fits within the aesthetic of the park. 

Ute Park, which is a quieter more natural park than Herron Park, has a renovation goal of maintaining a natural aesthetic while addressing disturbed areas for revegetation.  

The public can learn more about the projects, see examples of relevant playground equipment, provide input on survey questions, brainstorm playground ideas, and offer narrative opinions at aspencommunityvoice.com.

Aspen Community Voice will be open for input on these projects through February.  Community input will be integrated into design concepts that will be presented back to the public this spring.