Please welcome Aaron Young from Mill Creek MetroParks.
About Mill Creek Metro Parks
To be responsive to community needs
Studies and surveys direct the MetroParks to preserve appropriate natural and cultural areas, make improvements to MetroPark facilities, develop additional recreational opportunities, and continue to strengthen activity and public information programming.
To be environmentally sound
Stewardship strategies will be dictated by the intrinsic nature of the land.
To be adaptable
The only certainty in our world is that change is occurring at an increasing rate. To respond, the MetroParks must maintain strong public information and involvement programs and form new kinds of creative liaisons to meet changing needs.
To be economically feasible
The MetroParks has finite resources that are not guaranteed in perpetuity. It must constantly work to broaden its base, especially through new partnerships. Revenue generating programs and facilities must be a key element in the overall funding picture.