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Ladysmith launches Rutti Park improvement survey

Town wants to know residents’ park priorities
The Town of Ladysmith is surveying residents about their preferences for improvements to Rutti Park. (Town of Ladysmith photo)

Residents of Ladysmith are being surveyed so they can have a say in influencing improvements at Rutti Park.

The park, named in honour of the Rutti family in 2022, is currently a green space with pedestrian access and fruit trees. It’s located in the south end of town at the end of Rothdale Road off of Russell Road, and is part of what used to be the Rutti family farm.

The town says the survey will be used similarly to a survey last year pertaining to Kinsmen Park planning, as the questionnaire will help shape park amenities as well as future improvements.

The survey includes questions that rank residents’ priorities for the space, such as natural environment, sustainability and culture.

Even if residents have never visited the park, the town says their feedback would still be welcomed.

The survey, which closes on April 19, can be found online at

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