The City of Colusa continues to seek input from the community about new or enhanced recreation programs, now that the pandemic is beginning to subside.
Colusa officials said they are looking hard at the city’s budget in an effort to improve the city’s recreation programs for children and adults.
The program has steadily lost funding since 2013, but officials said they hope to align new opportunities for funding with community priorities.
“We’re looking forward to expanding the recreation program as much as possible,” said City Manager Jesse Cain, in a statement. “Our goal is to craft a recreation program that is responsive to citizen requests but responsible with tax-payer dollars.”
Through March, citizens can respond to a survey online about what type of recreation programs they would like to see added or enhanced, or by picking up a survey in English or Spanish at City Hall, 425 Webster St. The survey will also be sent out in the city’s water bill. The data collected will be presented to the City Council at a meeting in April, officials said.
For more information, visit the city’s website at cityofcolusa.com, call (530) 458-4941, or email email@example.com.
“We hope that everyone fills out the survey over this next month,” Cain said.