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Posted on: November 21, 2019

Dunlap Creek & German-Masontown Parks Public Opinion Surveys

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Dunlap Creek Park

Fayette County is currently developing a master site development plan for Dunlap Creek Park located in Menallen Township. The approximately 120-acre park space includes a 50-acre lake and provides many recreational opportunities. The park is a mix of forested land and open meadow. The Master Plan will identify additional active and passive recreational opportunities and facilities and provide recommendations for improvements to this park.

German-Masontown Park

Fayette County is currently developing a master site development plan for German-Masontown Park located in both German Township and Masontown Borough. The approximately 135-acre park space provides many recreational opportunities. There is also an abundance of undeveloped and natural areas within the park. The Master Plan will identify additional active and passive recreational opportunities and facilities and provide recommendations for improvements to this park.

Your Opinion Needed

You are invited to be a part of the design process by telling us how you use this park for recreation and what you would like to see happen to make it better. Your thoughts about the park, open space and other recreational opportunities are vital to the planning process. We appreciate you taking the time to complete these surveys. It should require only 10 to 15 minutes per survey.

The surveys will be available from November 20, 2019, until approximately March 1, 2020. Surveys are not identified by name and your responses will be anonymous. All responses will be compiled and analyzed and results will be posted on the Fayette County website and will be a part of the Master Plan.

These surveys are being conducted by Fayette County and Gibson-Thomas Engineering, park planning consultants to the County. For more information, please email David King, P.E. or call him at 724-935-8188.

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