The meeting will start at 6 p.m. at Canton City Hall.
The changes include moving four proposed baseball fields from the Etowah Park site and building them on roughly 50 acres of land adjacent to Kenny Askew Park off Univeter Road instead.
Funds from the $90 million Cherokee County parks bond will pay for the project.
The baseball complex location would cost about $2.7 million and would include items such as the four fields, a 1,200-square-foot concessions area and restroom building, 240 paved parking spaces, bleachers, benches and trash receptacles, a free-standing scoring stand at each field, chain-link dugouts and tournament-level sports field lighting.
The proposal leaves the Etowah River Park with mostly passive features, including a half-mile American Disabilities Act-accessible concrete walking path around multi-purpose fields, one 1,100 square-foot concessions/restroom building, 207 paved parking spaces, ADA-accessible concrete walking paths and sidewalks connecting to an event lawn and to the concession building.
The price tag for the park, which is slated to be developed at the end of Brown Industrial Parkway off Highway 20, near exit 19 off Interstate 575, is set at roughly $2.1 million.
The council will also consider a plan to hire an Insurance Service Office.
The city will consider utilizing Mike Pietsch of Consulting Services Inc. in a contract amount not to exceed $29,500.
Pietsch will be asked to assist the city in recommending areas of improvement and representing the city in its official
The Canton Fire Department is expected to be formally notified this year that it will undergo an Insurance Service Office review and is in danger of losing its ISO rating of 4.
The consultant will identify areas the city needs to improve before it undergoes its review.
The city of Woodstock late last year retained its ISO rating of 3 and the Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services was recently inspected.
Other items on the agenda include:
* Approval of a leak adjustment policy;
* Approval of a water billing ordinance;
* Approval of a pre-application for a land and water conservation fund; and
* Approval of a public-private partnership with Forum Municipal Development Services to help the Cherokee County Department of Family and Children Services lease a larger facility new its site on Lamar Haley Parkway.