ARDMORE, Okla. (KTEN) — The Ardmore Trails and Greenways Commission is working on an updated master plan.

To make the update, the Commission needs to hear what projects residents would like to see included. 

A public meeting is scheduled for Thursday evening

"We had the master plan a couple of years ago, but you know, the growth in Ardmore has been huge," said Parks and Recreation director Teresa Ervin. "So now we need people to look at what we should do next."

The Commission will use the public meeting to gather ideas to consider while creating an updated plan. 

"There may be sidewalks involved here or trails, but it’s not just trails inside parks. It’s the entire city,” Ervin explained. “It could be the east side to the west side or the north side to the south side, and that's what we're looking for. What would you like to see? And what do you want to connect?"

Some projects from the original trails and greenways plan have already been completed. 

"Part of that first master plan was taking Regional Park down past the high school and then the bike lane that goes down to Charles Evans," Ervin said.

Thursday's public meeting and discussion will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Ardmore Convention Center. 

"Once we establish our master plan, then we determine what we can do and what's our next step, and we start finding the funding," Ervin said. 

The Parks and Recreation Department plans to stream the public meeting live on its Facebook page, and feedback can be submitted in the comment section.