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Posted on: March 5, 2020

Parks and Community Center Bond Proposition

On April 7th, 2020, Olivette residents will be asked to decide on a Proposition for Park and Community Center Improvements.
* Community Engagement Forums will now be held at the Olivette City Center.

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Adopted June 26, 2018, the City of Olivette adopted a comprehensive parks master plan to guide renovations of City parks, trails and open spaces for the next ten years. The proposed $16.2 million bond question, derived from the citizen-focused 2018 Parks Master/vision Plan and Community Center Feasibility Study, would allow the City to make capital improvements and upgrades in all five of the City parks and build a new Community Center. The City is in a unique position to finance the improvements with limited impact on the property taxes. Thank you to the many residents who attended public meetings, focus groups and took surveys in developing the plan. Your contributions were invaluable!

WHAT’S NEXT?
On April 7th, the citizens of Olivette will decide on a proposition to fund park improvements and a new community center. Proposition C: Creating Community Through People, Parks, and Programs mark the culmination of three years of data collection, public outreach, and financial analysis.

More information about Prop C: Creating Community, including links to the two studies and dates for the upcoming public information meetings at the Olivette Community Center, can be found at www.olivettemo.com/PropC.

Please join us for a Public Information meeting and presentation on one of the following dates.

March 18 at 7 pm

 March 28 at 3 pm

March 31 at 7 pm

 April 5 at 3 pm

All meetings will be held at the Olivette City Center.

1140 Dielman Road.
Olivette, MO 63132


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