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Posted on: January 29, 2019

Take Care of Your Plano Parks

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Plano’s parks and nature preserves are popular venues for taking wedding, family, graduation and other memorable photos — and why wouldn’t they be?

Plano’s parks and nature preserves are popular venues for taking wedding, family, graduation and other memorable photos — and why wouldn’t they be? The City’s 85 parks are beautifully maintained year-round by the Parks and Recreation department. People love taking professional photos in our parks. However, generating trash, littering and blocking designated trails violates the posted park rules.

Environmental stewardship means responsibly using and managing land and resources so they can be used and enjoyed now and in the future. For our parks to remain healthy and thriving, it is important to act as good stewards every visit. As we look to the spring season, please remember proper photography etiquette in our parks by keeping trails free of equipment bags, stands and props, and most of all litter.

Be a proactive steward of Plano’s parks and nature preserves:

  • Properly dispose of litter
  • Deposit pet waste in trash cans
  • Do not disturb plants, animals or any part of the environment
  • Stay on trails clearly designated for you

Want to help preserve your nature preserve or park? Make a difference, volunteer for a cleanup or organize your own cleanup.

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