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County seeks public input on archery center

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The public is invited to attend a virtual meeting Thursday, March 4 at 5:30 p.m. to discuss the master plan for the Regional Archery Center. Washoe County is hosting the meeting in partnership with TSK Architects, which was hired to draft the master plan.

In a statement, the county said the center is a valuable resource to both archers and education groups. It said the long-term goal is to improve the center’s infrastructure and expand its offerings to users.

The center is located on 110 acres in Lemmon Valley at 1255 Matterhorn Blvd. It includes a practice range with distances of 20 to 80 yards and a field archery range with 28 marked yardage bale butt targets linked with a trail system.

The virtual meeting will be held via Zoom, and a separate survey will be available at a later date for those who are unable to attend or don’t wish to speak during the online meeting.   

Where: Zoom 
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81409182356?pwd=RGsyWkNzbTI1MmlxZFRhZlVDQ0JYUT09
Meeting ID: 814 0918 2356
Passcode: 177373
Dial by your location: +1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)

Source: Washoe County

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