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Pierce County to residents: How should Chambers Creek park be developed?

8-year-old Zoey Houkom of Tacoma flies a dragonfly kite in the central meadow of Chambers Creek Regional Park on a sunny day in 2104. Pierce County is asking residents to complete a short online survey to shape its master site plan for future development and uses of the park.
8-year-old Zoey Houkom of Tacoma flies a dragonfly kite in the central meadow of Chambers Creek Regional Park on a sunny day in 2104. Pierce County is asking residents to complete a short online survey to shape its master site plan for future development and uses of the park. Staff photographer/ File 2014

Have an idea for how the Chambers Creek Regional Park should be developed? Pierce County wants to hear from you.

The county is updating its master site plan, which governs development and uses of the 930-acre park.

The park includes more than two miles of saltwater shoreline,  2 1/2 miles of urban creek canyon and walking trails, soccer fields, meadows and views of Puget Sound.

People can take an online survey that the county will use to identify uses and activities to be developed at the park over the next decade. The survey closes Aug. 31.

The survey can be found at: bit.ly/chamberssurvey

To stay informed on upcoming meetings or to learn more about the site plan update process, visit the project website at: bit.ly/chamberscreek

Brynn Grimley: 253-597-8467, @bgrimley

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