Public meetings are coming up next month on the future of Nelson’s recreation facilities.
Regional district community services manager Joe Chirico says it’s to gather input on a new master plan.
He says they need to start marrying what the public wanted to see with financial reality.
The most pressing issue is $4.5 million worth of upgrades planned for the aquatic centre.
The meetings will also introduce the concept of a community recreation campus.
That’s the city-owned block that includes the pool, arena, curling club, and indoor soccer field.