WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The West Lafayette community can give their input this weekend on updating green spaces. The city is looking to update a green space in University Farms off of Kalberer Road.
During the meeting you'll have a chance to share what you would like to see in this space. Some ideas include a new bike and pedestrian path, a community garden and boardwalk.
Currently, the green space is being used to collect stormwater from several surrounding neighborhoods but the goal is to have an area residents can enjoy while stormwater is still able to flow through this space.
"More of that water will go through the soil rather than rush into the detention pond across the street into another neighborhood. It also gives an opportunity to beautify the space," said Bryce Patz the Neighborhood Vitality Director for City of West Lafayette
The meeting is being held Saturday from 10 AM to 12 PM at the University Farms park.
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