Residents will have the chance to craft the short and long-term vision for Astoria parks.

The city is working toward a comprehensive master plan for a sprawling footprint that includes traditional parks such as Tapiola and McClure as well as the Astoria Riverwalk, the Astoria Column, the Astoria Aquatic Center and Ocean View Cemetery in Warrenton.

Two community input sessions are scheduled for 10 a.m. to noon Saturday and 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Fort George Brewery and Public House’s Lovell Showroom.

According to the city Parks and Recreation Department, the process will involve an evaluation of existing recreational opportunities and the need for improvements or changes in the future.

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