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Posted on: November 15, 2019

City of Lansing to Host Public Listening Sessions Regarding Moores Park and Reutter Park

Mayor Andy Schor today announced that two separate public listening sessions will be held to discuss the future of Moores Park and Reutter Park.

Moores Park, located at 400 Moores River Drive, has had many recent updates including the addition of a new pavilion, canoe and kayak launch, soccer nets, basketball courts, as well as improvements near the Moores Park Dam and the Lansing River Trail. We will also discuss the many maintenance needs of the pool. The City is looking at gather input on other ideas for the park by hosting a public listening session on Thursday, November 21st at 6PM in the gymnasium at ASK, the former Moores Park School (316 Moores River Drive).

Reutter Park, located at 400 South Capitol Avenue, is a great location in downtown Lansing. The City is looking to gather input on how the park could be redesigned to have additional amenities such as space for human services activities, a dog park, playground, adult fitness equipment, special events and/or other features. The public listening session will be held on Wednesday, December 4th at 6PM at the downtown branch of the Capital Area District Library (401 S Capitol Avenue).

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