To the Editor:

With the advent of bringing 58 acres of park land at Keizer Rapids Park into Keizer’s urban growth boundary, there is a great opportunity to revise the current plan and master plan the new acreage, “the filbert orchard area.”

The city council and the Keizer Parks and Recreation Advisory Board are looking for input on amenities to be included in the park.

The West Keizer Neighborhood Association will be holding a Special meeting on Thursday, June 12, at Keizer Civic Center at 7 p.m.  The focus of the meeting will be  to gather input on what amenities the WKNA members would like to see at Keizer Rapids Park.

For more information, go to Please come to the meeting to ddshare your vision for the new Keizer Rapids Park”.

Rhonda Rich