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June 10, 2019 - Community members are asked to provide input on possible improvements to Carter Park. A short survey is posted online, and a Parks and Recreation Commission workshop is scheduled for 6 pm, June 26, at the Half Moon Bay Library.
For Immediate ReleaseJune 10, 2019
Contact: Jessica BlairCity of Half Moon Bay(650) 726-8270
City Seeking Input on Potential Improvements to Carter Park
Half Moon Bay, CA –John L. Carter Memorial Park (Carter Park), located on Main Street near the northern entrance to the City of Half Moon Bay, is a popular destination throughout the year. Residents and visitors alike go there to enjoy picnics, live music and theater, relaxation, and family time. As the City explores possible improvements to this park, the community is encouraged to fill out a short survey and attend a workshop to offer input and express their preferences for what Carter Park may be in the future.
The survey is online at www.hmbcity.com/carterpark. Alternatively, a printed copy of the survey may be obtained at City Hall, 501 Main Street, in Half Moon Bay.
In addition, early design concepts will be presented for discussion at the next Parks & Recreation Commission meeting, taking place on:
Wednesday, June 26, 2019, 6 pmHalf Moon Bay Library, 620 Correas StreetHalf Moon Bay
The Half Moon Bay Parks Master Plan identifies Carter Park as having great potential to become a more actively-utilized public space, through on-site improvements and enhancements. The Carter Park Improvement Project will consider enhancements which could facilitate greater opportunities for performances and day camps, for example. The overall purpose of this project is to develop a long-term plan for the site and identify projects that may be completed in the near-term to improve the park.
The community feedback will assist City staff in this early design phase, which will subsequently be presented for City Council consideration. The short survey seeks to find out how people presently use Carter Park, and what sorts of activities and events they’d like to see the facility support.
The City wishes to thank interested community members in advance for sharing their thoughts on possible improvements to Carter Park, through the survey and by attending the upcoming workshop.
Located 28 miles south of San Francisco, the City of Half Moon Bay is a community of about 11,500 people, situated on the peninsula between forested hills and some of the most beautiful coastlines that California has to offer. Its historic Downtown is home to numerous shops, art galleries, restaurants, bed and breakfasts, and other businesses, and its celebrated beaches and parks are wonders of nature, accessible to pedestrians, bicyclists, and equestrians. With its many activities and events, beautiful natural scenery, old-town charm, and abundance of retail and commercial services, Half Moon Bay is a regional destination. The City’s website is www.hmbcity.com.