Focus Group meeting on recreational needs in Lakeland planned for March 5th | Community Spirit
The City of Lakeland is inviting residents to volunteer for a Focus Group offering vital input for future recreational needs and facilities for Lakeland. The Focus Group will meet on Tuesday, March 5 from 6-8:30 p.m. at Lakeland City Hall.
The Focus Group will consist of a maximum of 50 residents. Due to the limited number of participants, all interested Lakeland residents not selected for the Focus Group are encouraged to attend the meeting on March 5th.
The Focus Group will provide input for the City Park Assessment and Strategic Planning Study that will include recommendations to the Park Board, Board of Commissioners and City staff in identifying recreational needs and future recreational facilities in Lakeland.
The program is a partnership with the Recreational Educational Services (RES), a division of the Tennessee Department of Environmental Conservation and the City of Lakeland.
Participants will be selected for the Focus Group based on the following criteria:
1) Recreational interests in games such as T-ball, baseball, soccer, skateboarding as well as other sports.
2) Area of residence and subdivision location.
3) Diversity among participants in an effort to ensure that the Focus Group best reflects the entire community.
Residents interested in volunteering for the Focus Group or for more information contact Thad Jablonski at 867-2717 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
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