Flagler County’s Weigh in on Bing’s Landing via survey is now open until July 7

Government Services Building View from road.

Love Bing’s Landing and want to have a voice in its imminent Master Plan? There is a quick, online survey that is now live and will be open through July 7 (Bing’s Landing Master Plan Survey).

QR code to survey for bings landing

“We recently held a meeting about the Master Plan (May 28), but we know there were people who were unable to attend, and we still want their input,” said Flagler County General Services Assistant Director Michael Lagasse. “Participating in the survey is a chance to help guide the development of a master plan for one of Flagler County’s most beloved parks.”

The survey can be completed in about five minutes on either a mobile device or a desktop computer. To ask questions about the plan, survey, or to join the mailing list, please email bingslandingplan@flaglercounty.gov.

“The Bing’s Landing Master Plan survey is designed to bring the public’s input into the planning process for one of our oldest Environmentally Sensitive Lands program-acquired parks,” Lagasse said. “It’s one of the busiest county parks year-round and serves as a hub for all sorts of recreation, including access to the Matanzas River and the Intracoastal Waterway for boaters of all types, dock fishing, and excellent sunset views.”

This survey will assist staff in the development of a Bing’s Landing Master Plan. Staff will begin compiling data after the July 7 deadline.

“Whether folks go to Bing’s Landing to visit the archaeological site, or to sit in the shade of the live oaks and palms to enjoy the ‘Old Florida’ feeling that the park evokes, this survey is designed to get the public’s input,” Lagasse said. “We want to know how you enjoy the park, what you find to be the most important element of the park, and how we can keep managing the park at a high level for you.”

By Krys DeWind

Krys DeWind has been a Flagler County resident since 2016. She is active in her community and is always looking for ways to better it. She has a community first attitude which is one of the central founding ideals of the Flagler County Buzz.

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