MERIDIAN, Idaho — A recent study showed Meridian residents consider open space to be an important part of any future planning. Whether it is parks, trails, a greenbelt, dog parks or even farmland, everyone has their own definition of open space.
That is why Meridian city leaders are asking residents to weigh in on a survey to guide planners on how to factor in open space into future planning. The survey also asks how residents would like to see the city pay for it.
"People may view, again we'll see, but they may view open space in multiples of ways, and so I think we'll see that question is going to be the big one," said Cameron Arial, Meridian Community Development Director.
If you are a Meridian resident, click here to take the survey. You only have a few days as the survey ends on Sunday, May 31.