We need your feedback to help create a Taradale Park Reserve Management Plan.
Taradale Park is an important public space to many people, for many different reasons.
While work continues on a draft City Wide Reserve Management Plan, covering the approximately 700 hectares of land owned and/or managed by Napier City Council, we are also starting to gather feedback on individual parks and reserves, such as Taradale Park.
Reserve Management Plans enable us to set the policies of how reserves are used, managed and developed. How they are used also needs to reflect their natural, recreational, historical and cultural values, to protect and enhance them for future generations.
Your input will help us draft a plan. We will bring that draft plan back to you for further consultation before it is finalised.
Please share your ideas on what you would like to see at the Taradale Park Reserve before 5pm, Monday 6 March.
Come along and find out more information at our drop-in sessions on either Thursday 2 February, 3:30pm-4:30pm or Saturday 4 February, 10am-11am, at the Taradale Library.
Come along and talk to us about your ideas at our pop-up event on Sunday 26 February, 1pm-2pm, at the Taradale Park playground (Corner of Symons Lane and Puketapu Road).
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