HRVPRD Continues To Consider Property For Westside Park

The Hood River Valley Parks and Recreation District continues to consider whether to purchase 20 acres at the intersection of Fairview and Belmont just west of Hood River for a potential park.  District executive director Mark Hickox says the district is looking to make a decision on whether to pay for a second year of option on the land.  Hickox says a recent survey and virtual open house showed support for a park for a variety of potential uses, but he added that purchasing the land does not mean building a park on it would be imminent.  Hickox noted the district is considering going to voters next year to deal with both capital needs like renovating the aging Hood River Aquatic Center and increasing operational capacity.

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