First Public Meeting Planned for Gezon Park Master Plan Design

Posted on Monday, January 15, 2018 | Press & Media, News & Announcements

There are new possibilities on the horizon for Wyoming’s Gezon Park. The City of Wyoming’s Community Services Division is looking for ideas on the future design of the park at its first public meeting.

On Thursday, January 18, the city plans to unveil the results of its initial electronic survey seeking input on recreation facility needs – over 1,200 responses were received. The city is seeking further input at its first in-person meeting. The meeting will take place at 6:30pm at the Wyoming Library (3350 Michael Ave SW).

“With the growth in the City’s southern region, from developments at Metro Health Village to expanded residential housing along Wilson Avenue, we need the facilities of Gezon Park to align, not only the community needs of today, but well into the future,” says Rebecca Rynbrandt, Director of Community Services. “We received great feedback through our electronic survey and continue to look to the public to guide the conversation at our first public meeting.”

A second public meeting will take place Thursday, February 8. Gezon Park currently has entrances at 1940 52nd St. SW to the north and 5651 Gezon Ct. SW to the south, spans 94 acres and currently features multiple athletic fields and small playground. The vast majority of the park remains undeveloped.

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The City of Wyoming Parks and Recreation Department is committed to creating community through people, parks and programs by providing services, facilities and activities for the citizens of Wyoming and the greater metropolitan area. For more information about Gezon Park or the greater Wyoming Parks system, please contact the City of Wyoming Parks and Recreation Department at 616-530-3164 or or visit our web site at:

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