Gallatin County is asking for residents to share their input on the future of the fairgrounds and the Regional Park.
Every five years, the Gallatin County Fairgrounds board and park commissioners update their master plan.
This year, the two groups decided to work together so they are not competing for facilities at each location.
The two would like to get opinions from the public on how the county is doing running the parks and things they want to see changed or added.
"I don't think we'll see a lot of changes in this master plan. I believe that what we're seeing with more use people are telling us how they want to use the park," said Michael Harris, Gallatin County Conservation Parks Director.
The county is looking to add a dog park at the Regional Park and a Hockey arena and ice climbing tower at the fairgrounds.
The public comment will take place on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Fairgrounds Building 4.