City seeks input in possible community recreation center
On Tuesday, June 19 the city kicks off its Twin Falls Community Recreation Center Feasibility Study.
The city has contracted with Pivot North and Barker, Rinker and Seacat Architecture, a Denver-based company for this purpose.
BRS will meet with the Community Recreation Center Ad Hoc Committee, plus various community groups and organizations. Then they'll do a public open house at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers Overflow room.
"We'll do a dotmocracy, so we are going to have pictures of different spaces and things people may be interested in seeing. They can put dots and pictures and express concerns or ideas they have of the idea of a recreation center," director of parks and recreation, Wendy Davis explained.
Following the feasibility study, depending on the results, officials will look at potential funding mechanisms.