A public hearing to engage in the future of Resthaven, Rathdown and Brethour parks is slated for Dec. 6 at the Mary Winspear Centre. (Kristyn Anthony/News staff)

Phase two of public hearing for Sidney parks Dec. 6

Improvements to Resthaven, Rathdown and Brethour parks on the agenda for meeting with town, planning staff

The Town of Sidney is working on improvements for Resthaven, Rathdown and Brethour parks and the second round of the public engagement process taking place in early December.

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An interactive open house is planned for the Myfanwy Pavelic Gallery at the Mary Winspear Centre (2243 Beacon Ave.) on Dec. 6 from 4 until 7 p.m.

The public is invited to view proposed plans, provide feedback and talk with town staff as well as representatives from Barefoot Planning, who are consulting on the projects.

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According to the release, “the goal of each park plan is to provide strong planning and design direction as well as a clear implementation plan, from which detailed designs and park improvements can be made over time.”

Residents are also encouraged to provide feedback via an online survey available Dec. 6 at Sidney.ca.

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