Two Topics Covered By Town Of Didsbury At Open Houses This Week

Didsbury's strategic plan and the redevelopment of the grounds surrounding the Memorial Complex with new outdoor facilities will be the subjects of a pair of upcoming open houses held by the town.

Town of Didsbury residents have a chance to offer their feedback on the strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities the municipality has with an open house scheduled for this week.
Manager of Community Services Nicole Aasen says council is looking at a ten year dynamic plan and feedback from the public will help form future development.
The strategic plan open houses are on Wednesday, June 22nd at 2pm and 7pm upstairs in the Didsbury Curling Rink.
Meanwhile, the town has also been working with an engineering company to develop some possibilities for the redevelopment of the outdoor recreation grounds located at the Didsbury Memorial Complex.

Aasen says the town is looking at upgrading or implementing different types of outdoor facilities for residents.

Didsbury residents have a chance to have their say on the options at the Memorial Complex outlying grounds open houses on Thursday, June 23rd from 2-4pm and 6-8pm at the Curling Rink.
There will also be a community survey for this project for those who are unable to attend.

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