The City of Warsaw wants to get public input on the future design of Central Park.
With the Buffalo Street project underway, a few improvements could be on the horizon.
Mayor Joe Thallemer tells News Now Warsaw’s IN the Know its important to hear from the park users before making any changes.
“There’s a real historical significance to this park, it’s like the downtown, it’s at the heartbeat of our community, it sets along the shore of the lake,” he explains. “It IS the community.”
The Input Session will be at Central Park Pavilion Tuesday July 17 at 5:15 p.m.
It will include an introductory session to get attendees up to speed on the status of Central Park before a hands-on “You Design” session to give everyone a chance to share their ideas.
For more information, you can listen to the full IN the Know interview with Mayor Joe Thallemer: