The public is invited to provide input on planning for south Fort Myers' Lakes Regional Park, a 305-acre green gem with multiple non-sports recreational opportunities for the young and old alike.
The park's new land stewardship plan is available for people to view and provide feedback on, and it will be the topic of a 5:30 p.m. meeting Wednesday, Jan. 5, at Lee County Parks & Recreation's Support Services Facility at Rutenberg Park, 6490 South Pointe Blvd., Fort Myers.
The land stewardship plan was developed by Lee County Parks & Recreation staff. It describes the park's natural resources, challenges of managing resources and activities planned to improve the resources. After public review the plan will be presented to Lee County Commissioners for approval.
You can see the plan now and until Jan. 5 at the Lakes Regional Library at Bass Road and Gladiolus Boulevard in south Fort Myers or online at www.leeparks.org/pdf/Lakes-Park-LS-Final.pdf under Lakes Park. Written comments are encouraged and can be given at the meeting, online or through the mail. For more information, call (239) 533-7554.