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Centre Wellington - Township Launches Parks and Recreation Plan

Parks and recreation are essential to everyday life in Centre Wellington and play a significant role in community building through the facilitation of active and passive activities and the strengthening of neighbourhood connections.

Planning is critical.  As the Township grows, and changes, the interests of our residents need to reflect the overall vision, direction, and guidance when making decisions about parks, recreation, programs, services, and facilities.  This is why the Township of Centre Wellington is excited to embark on the development of several key strategic Parks and Recreation Plans.  

  1. Parks & Recreation Needs Assessment 
  2. Parks Plan  
  3. Parks and Recreation Plan  
  4. Indoor Multi-Use Recreation Facility Feasibility Study  

The results will provide a roadmap that will enhance and grow the Township’s parks and recreation facilities and services and events for residents, user groups, and visitors now and into the future.  These plans will guide decision-making across all aspects of parks and recreation, from playgrounds to programs and everything in between. 

MINTO – Town council has adopted a strategic plan to guide the municipality through to 2028

Goals laid out in the plan, approved following a presentation by consulting firm McQueen Galloway Associates (MGA) at the Feb. 20 meeting, focus on infrastructure maintenance, enhancing local quality of life, fostering an inclusive community and providing responsible government.

“The town’s strategic plan is a critical document outlining council priorities and initiatives over the four-year term, providing guidance on major projects and areas of focus,” explained MGA principal Tracey McQueen. 

Kincardine Approves Parks & Rec Strategic Plan

Kincardine Council received a new Parks and Recreation Strategic Plan. The plan was presented by consulting firm MGA-McQueen Galloway Associates, whose work began last summer. Members of council were impressed with the report that was presented during Wednesday’s council meeting.

Planning is critical.  As the Township grows, and changes, the interests of our residents need to reflect the overall vision, direction, and guidance when making decisions about parks, recreation, programs, services, and facilities.  This is why the Township of Centre Wellington is excited to embark on the development of several key strategic Parks and Recreation Plans.  

  1. Parks & Recreation Needs Assessment 
  1. Parks Plan  
  1. Parks and Recreation Plan  
  1. Indoor Multi-Use Recreation Facility Feasibility Study  

The results will provide a roadmap that will enhance and grow the Township’s parks and recreation facilities and services and events for residents, user groups, and visitors now and into the future.  These plans will guide decision-making across all aspects of parks and recreation, from playgrounds to programs and everything in between.