Salisbury to hire consultant for City Park Master Plan

Disc golf, a sport gaining popularity nationwide, could come to City Park, depending on the master plan eventually approved by City Council.

Chris Roberts, chairman of the city’s Parks Commission, an advisory board that makes recommendations to town leaders, said disc golf challenges players to throw discs at targets and has been mentioned by residents as a pastime they would enjoy.

Activities that will be finally be offered at the 95-acre City Park will be decided once a master plan is complete. A request for proposal, known as an RFP, to solicit bids for a consultant to create the plan, go out Aug. 22, according to Mike Moulds, director of public works.

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