The online public input period for the Southwest Cherokee Parks and Trails Plan has been extended. Residents now have until Feb. 22 to review the plans and provide feedback.

“We decided to extend the online input period from Feb. 15 to Feb. 22 to provide one final opportunity to residents who would like to provide feedback,” Cherokee County Community Services Director Bryan Reynolds said in a news release. “Overall, we’ve received excellent response from the public throughout this project.”

Residents will have the opportunity to provide input online by answering project priority questions on the project website. Those wanting to submit their input to the county can visit and click on SW Cherokee Parks & Trails Plan on the homepage.

The next step includes project phasing, implementation plans and report documents that are scheduled to be presented to the Cherokee Recreation and Parks Agency Advisory Board on March 17 and the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners at its April 20 meeting.

Anyone with questions should contact Bryan Reynolds at or Sarah McColley with TSW at

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