Parks and Recreation seeks public input about future of Buffalo Mountain

Jan. 30, 2024

Parks and Recreation seeks public input about future of Buffalo Mountain

The City of Johnson City Parks and Recreation Department is seeking citizen feedback about the future of Buffalo Mountain Park. Residents are encouraged to attend one of the two community meetings and to complete an online survey.

“Community participation is important for the development of a master plan for Buffalo Mountain Park. The input we get from these meetings and survey will help determine the best possible use for this important Johnson City feature,” said Director of Parks and Recreation April Norris. “The survey and community meetings are a meaningful part of the process and will help us develop a plan that is in the best interest of the community.”

Residents are encouraged to drop-in between 5:30-7 p.m. during one of the community input meetings. The first will be held in the Memorial Park Community Center dining room, 510 Bert St., on Tuesday, Feb. 13. The second meeting will be in the gym at Langston Centre, 315 Elm St., on Thursday, Feb. 22.

The survey can be found here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DQPGMSF and takes less than 10 minutes to complete.

For more information, email April Norris at anorris@johnsoncitytn.org or call 423.434.5807.

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