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October 11, 2022, 7:54 PM
Please take 10 minutes to provide your feedback on recreation in the City of Sandpoint's Little Sand Creek Watershed. We are in the process of developing a recreation master plan for the watershed and your opinion matters. This survey closes October 30th.
October 11, 2022, 7:51 PM
We've just launched a new survey to inform the operations plan for the new James E. Russell Sports Center in Travers Park. Please take 5 minutes to complete our survey before it closes October 30th.
September 28, 2022, 6:17 PM
With winter just around the corner, we want to hear from you. Are changes needed to Sandpoint's current Snow Removal Policy? It was last updated in 2018. Your input will help shape the future of our services in this upcoming snow season and future seasons. Please take our survey using the link below. City Council will hold a workshop to discuss the policy at its October 5th Council meeting and consider policy changes at its October 19th Council meeting.
August 14, 2020, 9:42 AM
The City of Sandpoint is undertaking a planning process to create its first Arts, Culture and Historic Preservation Plan. The Plan is assessing the City’s historic preservation and cultural arts program and policies, as well as establishing short and long-term goals for enhancing arts, culture, and historic preservation in the community. We invite to take this survey and provide us feedback on the strengths, challenges and opportunities for arts and historic preservation in Sandpoint.
June 14, 2020, 4:53 PM
The City of Sandpoint will be finalizing its Parks and Recreation Master Plan during the month of July, 2020. Throughout the planning process, a common discussion point brought up by members of the public is the issue of dogs in City-owned parks, open spaces and trails. In addition, a dog park has been proposed in the past behind War Memorial Field and it is also envisioned in the site plan for War Memorial Field presented during this master planning process.
This community engagement opportunity is one of the many forms of feedback we will use to develop a strategy for the future provision and management of dog friendly spaces. Further investigation and planning will be required to identify any additional future dog friendly spaces.
Thank you for your participation.