Frazier-Rowe park in Decatur is certified with the North American Butterfly Association.

DeKalb County is looking for public input on updating its plan for parks.

The DeKalb County Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs will hold a series of public meetings to update its 10-year comprehensive master plan. The first meeting will be held Jan. 29, at 6 p.m. at the Mason Mill Recreation Center, located at 1340 McConnell Drive in Decatur

The community is invited to attend public meetings and provide input regarding DeKalb County parks. The 10-year master plan update will provide guidance for future county park improvements and program development.

Future meetings will be held Jan. 30 in Decatur, Feb. 4 in Lithonia, and Feb. 5 in Scottdale. For more information and for times and locations of the meetings, contact LaShanda Davis, Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs public relations specialist, at 404-371-3643 or

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