Open House #3!

Please join us on Monday February 27th for our third and final Community Open House!

Feel free to join us any time between 5:30 and 7:30 PM at the City Hall Lower Civic Center to view a series of stations and learn more about the future of Wauwatosa’s parks, open spaces, trails, and recreation facilities.

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Open House #2

Please join us on Wednesday October 12 for our second Community Open House!

Feel free to join us any time between 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the City Hall Library Firefly Room to view a series of stations and learn more about current conditions and future needs of Wauwatosa’s parks, open spaces, trails, and recreation facilities.

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Joint Board/Council/Commission Presentation

Last Tuesday, May 31st, the consultant team presented to a joint session including the City Council, School Board, and Parks & Forestry Commission.  This presentation was open to the public and held at City Hall at 6:00 PM in the Lower Civic Center Room.

The presentation can be downloaded from this link: ActiveTosa-Presentation

or by clicking on the image below:

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Following a brief overview of the goals of the process and the steps taken to date, the presentation focused on 10 preliminary key needs identified by the consultant team.

1st Community Open House

Please join us on Wednesday April 20th for our first Community Open House.

Feel free to join us any time between 7:00 to 9:00 PM at City Hall.  There will be no formal presentation, but there will be a series of stations with information and opportunities to provide feedback on the current conditions and future needs of the parks, open spaces, trails and recreation facilities within the City.

We look forward to meeting you and hearing your thoughts.

 

Welcome to the Active Tosa Project Website!

Active Tosa is the name of the joint planning study being conducted by the City of Wauwatosa and the Wauwatosa School District.  The process will be looking at the parks, open spaces, trails, and recreational amenities that serve the residents of the City and prepare a plan to ensure that the communities needs will be met in the future.

The City and School District have selected an independent consultant team to lead the process.  The first step is for that team to collect information and conduct analysis for the existing conditions within the City.

This will include a first Community Open House on Wednesday April 20th, 7:00 PM at City Hall.  This meeting is open to the public and everyone is invited to come and provide input on the condition of the park and recreation network in the City and comment on future needs.