County Ordinance No. 107 - Park Use provides rules and regulations on the public use of county park lands. This includes rules for recreational activities, public safety, fair use, and the preservation of natural and cultural resources, among others.
The ordinance was enacted in 1997. Since that time, many changes have occurred in technology and the way that visitors use county parks. New activities, emerging safety and social issues, and other missing topics in the ordinance have created uncertainty for staff tasked with planning and providing park uses. Also, several areas within the ordinance require clarification to allow for proper enforcement.
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We welcome you to provide comments on the ordinance update.
Please take our online survey.
The survey closes on Jan. 14, 2022. Once you complete the survey, come by the Lebanon Hills Visitor Center by Jan. 28, 2022 to pick up a small thank you gift for your participation. The information from the survey will be used to draft the updated ordinance.
There will be additional engagement opportunities once a draft ordinance is developed in early 2022.
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