SHILOH- A public meeting will be held at the Shiloh Senior Center on Thursday, Aug. 23, to discuss the future of Three Springs Park.
Village administrator John Marquart said that the purpose of the meeting is to take citizen input as to how the park ought to be developed.
Marquart said that some things that may be discussed at the meeting are what types of activity aren’t there that should be and what types of activity are there that shouldn’t be anymore.
Also, village officials would like to hear feedback about the potential addition of playground space, ball fields or a pavilion.
“We want people to give us their opinion about what they like or don’t like about the park,” Marquart said.
Marquart said that the village is in the process of creating a master plan for the park and its facilities for the next five years.
He said that the village has hired St. Louis- based DG2 Design to help with the future planning of Three Springs Park.
“We have had a chance to chat with them on a couple of occasions,” he said. “They have been out to look at the park.”
For community members not able to attend the public meeting, a survey is available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SBYZP9J to give direct feedback to DG2 Design.
“All of that information will be put together and then they will generate a report,” Marquart said.