County conservation wants input on Pollmiller Beach upgrades

Online survey out for residents’ input on West Point park


MONTROSE – The Lee County Conservation (LCC) seeks public input about the Pollmiller Beach through an online survey. LCC is currently working with Shive-Hattery Architecture and Engineering to re-design the current beach area at Pollmiller Park and they would like the public‘s input on the project. The project’s initial goals include improving the beach, replacing the concession and shower house building, and expanding the parking lot.

LCC’s online, anonymous survey is available at this link: You can also find it on the Lee County Conservation’s Facebook page and website. LCC will consider all of the feedback from the survey as they finalize the plan for the beach area. This survey asks questions about the beach, trails, campground, and other recreational activities the 86-acre park offers. The organization hopes West Point residents, beachgoers, campers, and anyone who enjoys visiting the park will take the survey.

Pollmiller Park is LCC’s most popular park. The beach alone attracted over 7,000 people this past summer. LCC has already invested heavily in the park over the past few years by funding campground improvements and installing a brand new playground this past year. They also plan to reconstruct the trail from Pollmiller Park to West Point’s South Park soon.

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