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Camden County Holding Public Meeting February 7 for Skatepark in the Park System


(Camden City, NJ) – Next week, a public meeting will be held to discuss a proposed skatepark in the Camden County Parks System. The project is still in its conceptual phase that was included in the county’s $100 million Parks Alive 2025 project which was announced in April 2022.


“We’re holding this meeting to update our residents on the progress of this endeavor and to gauge feedback and concerns,” said Commissioner Jeff Nash, liaison to the Parks Department. “Parks Alive 2025 was an investment into our county’s open green spaces that focuses on providing all residents with top quality outdoor areas and recreation.”


The meeting is being held at the Camden County Boathouse on Tuesday, Feb. 7, at 6:30 p.m.