Help Winchester parks BLOOM

A Strategic Parks Master Plan is under development for 10 parks in Clark County – and the community can help!

BLOOM Winchester is a joint project between the Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation and landscaping company Omnes aiming to create equitable and connected public space that will allow all Clark County residents a 10-minute walk to their nearest park.

“We got a grant through the National Parks and Recreation Association,” said Jeff Lewis, director of WCCPR. “We want to have input from our community to see what it wants to see in our parks.”

WCCPR asks residents to partake in that parks survey on BLOOMwinchester.com. Those who participate can receive a free one-day pass to the College Park Fitness Center.

Additionaly, from June 21-25, the community is invited to pop-up sessions in local parks. The Omnes design team will take feedback and ideas from the community during these sessions.

Parks included in the BLOOM Winchester project are:

• College Park

• Community Park

• Fairfield Park

•Harmon Park

• Heritage Park

• Kroger Youth Soccer Complex

• Lykins Park

• Massie Park

• Melbourne Park

• Wiseman Park

To take part in the Bloom Winchester survey, or for additional information about the project, visit BLOOMwinchester.com.