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Burlington Parks Master and Open Space Protection Plan

pmpIn recent news...PlanBTV has published their NEW website for the Burlington Park's and Recreation Department! Seeing the future of Burlington parks, waterfront trails, conservation areas, beaches, community facilities, and more is only a click away: PlanBTV: Parks Master Plan.

Public engagement is critical for the success of future improvements of park amenities and recreational programming. Current outreach programs from the Park and Rec Department will be on July 23 and August 27 at 5 pm in the conference room of the Public Works Building, 645 Pine Street. This is a great opportunity to view current plans, pose personal visions and ask questions.If you can't make it in person to either of those dates, emailParks Planner, Jen Francis ( with any questions, ideas, or comments you might have.

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In related news, the Parks and Rec Department has made their Open Space Protection Plan available to the public. An important step in the protection of Champlain shorelines, scenic viewpoints, open spaces, and natural areas. Remember, our actions today can ensure a much brighter and greener tomorrow!Fall Foliage in Vermont

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Like winds and sunsets, wild things were taken for granted until progress began to do away with them. Now we face the question whether a still higher 'standard of living' is worth its cost in things natural, wild and free." -Aldo Leopold

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