DuPage County Residents Invited to Complete Online Survey on Master Plan

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DuPage County Residents Invited to Complete Online Survey to Provide Input on Master Plan

DuPage County Residents Asked to Respond by Dec. 10 

(Updated Nov. 22, 2017) — In an effort to get public input on a five-year development plan, the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County is inviting county residents to complete an online survey between Dec. 10 and Nov. 20The 25-question survey takes about 10 minutes to complete.

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Residents can also email their comments to [email protected]. A Spanish-language version is available by emailing Jessica Ortega at [email protected].

The District hosted six community meetings to gather public feedback on the plan, and some residents were mailed a survey to complete between Nov. 17 and Dec. 10. 

“The valuable feedback we’ve gotten so far proves that DuPage County residents are passionate about their preserves,” said Forest Preserve District of DuPage County President Joe Cantore. “We appreciate everyone taking time to share their thoughts with us.”

The Forest Preserve District last completed a master plan in 1992. Since then it has installed more than 70 miles of new trails, protected 2,600 acres of high-quality habitat with state nature preserve or land and water reserve status, and constructed the Urban Stream Research Center, Timber Ridge Visitor Center, Maple Meadows clubhouse, Danada House annex and other key buildings.

The Forest Preserve District of DuPage County has been connecting people to nature for more than 100 years. More than 4 million people visit its 60 forest preserves, 145 miles of trails, five education centers and scores of programs each year. For information, call 630-933-7200 or visit dupageforest.org, where you can also link to the District’s e-newsletter, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.

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