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Parks and Natural Resources Commission

COVID-19 Protocol for Public Meetings
The July 7 Parks and Natural Resources Commission meeting will be taking place in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 8301 Valley Creek Road. In order to continue practicing appropriate physical distancing, some commissioners, as well as staff members, may be participating virtually in public meetings until further notice. In addition, the public has the option of participating in the meeting online.

If you plan to attend in-person
For those who wish to attend a meeting in-person, seating will be arranged to accommodate physical distancing (chairs placed 6 feet apart). All those who attend are encouraged to follow COVID-19 hygiene practices:

  • Face masks are advised.
  • Do not shake hands.
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes.
  • Wash your hands for 20 seconds.

Please note that if you are commenting during the meeting and are wearing a face mask, you will be asked to remove your mask while speaking.

If you plan to participate virtually
Members of the public may join the virtual meeting using a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device. Questions and comments may be submitted via the online Q&A feature within the virtual meeting. Questions or comments can be entered at any time and will be read and answered during the appropriate section of the meeting. Please refer to the Participating in a Virtual Meeting Guide for more information. 

Watch the July 7 Live Meeting

 


There are three functional areas of the Parks and Natural Resources Commission: parks, natural resources and recreation. The commission is responsible for advising the City Council and other advisory commissions regarding matters relevant to parks, natural resources, and recreation functions reflecting the attitudes and concerns of the citizens of Woodbury. The commission encourages the conservation and preservation of natural resources in order to achieve a more sustainable community. The commission also encourages the dissemination of information to, and coordination with, individuals and organizations interested in parks, natural resources and recreation functions such as garden clubs, civic organizations, other communities and other groups providing recreation programming in the city such as athletic groups.

Meetings are generally scheduled at the HealthEast Sports Center, upper level conference room, for the first Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. The meetings are open to the public, but are not televised.

2020 Parks and Natural Resources Commission

2020 Parks and Natural Resources Commission Meeting Agendas

2019 Parks and Natural Resources Commission

2019 Parks and Natural Resources Commission Meeting Agendas