In case you missed the recent Zoom call presentation regarding the Nissequogue River State Park Master Plan, given by NYS Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation, below are links to view the information packet, watch the presentation, and to participate in a survey. Interested parties have until February 17 to fill out the Recreational Needs Assessment survey.
View the information packet
View the Zoom call presentation
View the Recreational Needs Assessment
The NYS Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation will be holding a virtual Zoom meeting to discuss the Nissequogue River State Park Master Plan. During the meeting, attendees will meet the project’s team and learn about the scope and goals of the forthcoming Master Plan. Opportunities for getting involved in planning the future of Nissequogue River State Park will also be discussed.
Members of the public are invited to attend. The meeting will include a presentation followed by Q&A.
Date: February 3, 2021
Time: 6 PM
Zoom Meeting Link: https://zoom.us/j/93229430897
The meeting will be recorded and will be posted on the OPRHP website at https://parks.ny.gov/inside-our-agency/master-plans.aspx.
Any questions regarding the Nissequogue River State Park Master Plan can be emailed to: NissequogueRiver.Plan@parks.ny.gov
The Town of Smithtown has released its Draft Comprehensive Plan. This document will guide future land use decisions, development projects, and infrastructure investment throughout the Town.
You can view the plan here.
Find out information on how to either register for the Jan. 21, 2021 ZOOM meeting here, or otherwise submit written comments to the Smithtown Planning Dept.
The next Kings Park Civic Association meeting at the Kings Park High School Community room IS CANCELLED. Become a member to receive upcoming meeting notices and important community information.
Residents were invited to help shape the present and future vision of the Town of Smithtown at community workshops to discuss the Comprehensive Plan for our town and hamlets.
The results of the Kings Park community input can be viewed here: Kings Park Community Work Shop Summary.
For information on plans for the Phase 3 Nissequogue River State Park revitalization, including the planned DEC Marine Resources Facility and marina upgrades, please visit: www.kppccleanup.com/
With your help, the KPCA is able to be a very active supporter of our community.
*The Kings Park Civic Association encourages public participation and awareness within the community.
*Encourages and implements neighborhood improvements and
*Helps preserve and maintain our parks and
open spaces with the support of the community & government.
*Encourages residents to buy locally.
*Encourages new business in our area.
*Partners with other organizations to achieve these objectives.
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