PORTLAND — The city is seeking public input about the operations of the Riverside Municipal Golf Course.

The city will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, July 25, at 6 p.m. in the City Council chambers at City Hall, according to a press release.

The hearing coincides with an ongoing evaluation of the management at the course being conducted by the National Golf Foundation, which will present an update on its work.

The city is looking for people who have played golf at the course to share their thoughts about course operations and offer suggestions for improvement. Non-golfers are also encouraged to attend and offer ideas about potential off-season uses.

The Riverside Golf Course opened in 1932 by the city and was expanded to 18 holes in 1937. In 1961, the city purchased 25 acres adjoining the course for a driving range.The nine-hole South Course, designed by legendary architect Geoffrey Cornish, opened in 1969.