The city of Marysville has scheduled an open house for 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 25, to present the draft version of its parks and recreation master plan.

The open house, to be held in council chambers at City Hall, 209 S. Main St., is intended to allow the community to review and comment on the plan draft.

The city will incorporate attendees’ comments into the final version.

In August 2016, the city began the process of updating its parks and recreation master plan.

According to a Jan. 18 news release from the city, the process is grounded in multiple forms of community input that is being used to update the plan, including two public meetings, several interviews and a household community survey.

The city hired Indiana-based PROS Consulting to assist in organizing and facilitating the planning process and to produce the final plan.

The project team will use the public’s input to identify the community’s prevailing needs, interests, values and priorities related to parks, recreation, trails and recreational programs for the next five to 10 years, according to the news release.

The city held the first public meeting in February to introduce the project and goals and to provide preliminary findings and survey results and gather input.