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Osage park survey set to expire

Danville officials seek public input on future of play area

Danville residents are running out of time to participate in a town survey aimed at gauging what changes they would like made to the Osage Station Park play area.

The online survey is open until 5 p.m. this Tuesday (Dec. 10). Town officials will collect the results and present them to the Parks and Leisure Services Commission on Wednesday.

Under the Osage Station Park Master Plan, the 35-acre park will be renovated and updated, with the first phase addressing the play and picnic area. The survey is designed as a way for residents to provide feedback during the planning phase.

For more information on the survey, contact Recreation Services Manager Henry Perezalonso at 314-3454 or hperezalonso@danville.ca.gov.

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