Rockwell City Revitalization Group receives Rec Center survey feedback

Pictured is the response generated from the recent Rec Center survey from the Rockwell City Revitalization Group. Out of 443 responses, an overwhelming amount of responses favored a creation of a rec center. [Provided photo]

The results from the Rec Center survey was the big highlight for the Rockwell City Revitalization Group, as the organization held its latest meeting this past Wednesday evening at the Rockwell City Library and Community Center.

Alongside the survey, the group is closing in on a sand volleyball court, flags placed around the City Square, bands for the summer concert series and improvements to the City Park Rock Entrance. However, the prospect of a dog park is venturing toward the unlikely.

Moments after the meeting came to order, the Rainbow Bridge and Burma Shave Signs projects were held off just a little while longer, due to weather. By the next meeting, the group is hoping to finish up those projects.

The sand volleyball court and dog park were discussed. Currently, the volleyball court’s location would be over by the tennis courts. The next step, the group concluded, is to create a plan for the city.

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