Boise Parks & Recreation seeks input on Ann Morrison Park master plan

Posted at 4:56 AM, Sep 23, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-23 19:49:54-04

From an off-leash area for your four-legged friend to a new fountain to play in. Boise Parks & Recreation continues to seek feedback on the future of Ann Morrison Park.

City leaders are working to update the master plan of the City of Tree's largest park. Boise Parks & Recreation officials have already heard from the public once to find out what they would like to see at the 153-acre park. Now they have released three concepts based on the feedback. The designs feature everything from an amphitheater, to a dog park, even a larger beach area.

"There's a lot of soccer that takes place, there's cricket, there's disc golf... those things didn't exist 15-20 years ago," says Tom Governale, superintendent of parks for the city of Boise. "So, this is a good time to start some upgrades and updates to Ann Morrison Park."

City leaders want to hear more from the public before they pick a final design. Boise Parks & Recreation invites citizen to provide feedback at an open house on Wednesday, September 28 from 5-7 p.m. at the Ann Morrison Park Old Timers Shelter.

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The Ann Morrison Park Master Plan has not been updated since the park was first developed back in 1959.