Norfolk, NE city leaders want input on plan to revitalize park
NORFOLK, Neb. (KTIV/US92) -
NORFOLK, Neb. (KTIV/US92)-The Norfolk, Nebraska City Council is seeking public comments on two plans to revitalize Johnson Park.
The American Society of Landscape Architects designated the park as a priority redesign project and donated their services for the two plans for the park.
The two plans include a multi use trail that would be built through the north section of the park.
Norfolk City Council member Josh Moenning said that the area is a great neighborhood and a park with great historical significance. Moenning says there are many improvements that can be made in the park. "That's including making a better connection for the park to the river, the north fork of the Elkhorn River. And also projections include a possible trail within the park, nature trail within the park, and perhaps an amphitheater as well," Moenning said.
Moenning said that those looking to give their input on the park can contact the city offices, or their elected representatives.
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