The city of Destin will host a public workshop on Thursday, November 9, to gather feedback on plans for a new linear park.
- The workshop will be held at 5:30 p.m. at Destin City Hall Annex, according to city officials.
The Destin City Council has approved initial designs and permitting for the park, which will run along the east end of 98 Palms Boulevard heading east to Airport Road.
“We are interested in receiving feedback from the public at this stage of the project,” said Louis Zunguze, Destin’s community development director. “The information gathered from this meeting will be compiled and taken to the appropriate committees for recommendations to go to City Council for their review before the project progresses to 60% design plans.”
Those with disabilities who require assistance to participate in the meeting are asked to notify the city clerk’s office at (850) 837-4242 at least 48 hours in advance.
Two or more members of the Destin City Council may attend the workshop, officials noted.