(Hackensack) – Today, Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco and the Bergen County Department of Parks, in collaboration with Rutgers University Center of Urban Environmental Sustainability (CUES), announced the release of the Bergen County Parks Master Plan. The public is invited to comment on the master plan until June 2, 2018. You can find it here on the county website.
The Master Plan will be formally presented at a public meeting on May 17, 2018 at 7 pm in the first floor Conference Center at Two Bergen County Plaza, Hackensack.
The Plan lays out a new, bold, and strategic vision for the County Parks system and recreation resources that will enhance the quality of life for county residents and visitors.
To ensure the best possible future for the County Parks system, all residents and interested parties are encouraged to participate in reviewing the Master Plan and providing comments to the project team during the public comment period. Comments may be submitted in writing, electronically through the project website, or in-person at the May 17 public meeting.
For more information, please visit the Master Plan project website (https://cues.rutgers.edu/bergen-park-system/). The website provides residents and stakeholders with background information, documents, schedules, videos, and a link to join the project email mailing list.For information on the County of Bergen programs & activities and the most up-to-date information on the Parks Master Plan, be sure to follow the County on Facebook, Twitter, Join our Mailing List or visit the Parks Master Plan Website.