ReCreate: Parks and Recreation Master Plan

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On January 5, 2021, City Council unanimously adopted the final version of the Parks & Recreation Master Plan on first reading. Second reading to adopt the plan will happen at the Council meeting on January 19, with the Master Plan officially becoming City policy at the end of the month.

The drafted plan along with a robust Executive Summary are available for review under the Document Library, or below as an interactive booklet.

Want more info on the plan? Click on video library for additional details on level of service standards, classifications, and the policy framework.




On January 5, 2021, City Council unanimously adopted the final version of the Parks & Recreation Master Plan on first reading. Second reading to adopt the plan will happen at the Council meeting on January 19, with the Master Plan officially becoming City policy at the end of the month.

The drafted plan along with a robust Executive Summary are available for review under the Document Library, or below as an interactive booklet.

Want more info on the plan? Click on video library for additional details on level of service standards, classifications, and the policy framework.




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    After months of planning, engagement and discussions, a drafted version of the Parks & Recreation Master Plan was made available for review in late 2020. Drafted versions of the plan have been archived, with additional documents linked in the document library.

    After months of planning, engagement and discussions, a drafted version of the Parks & Recreation Master Plan was made available for review in late 2020. Drafted versions of the plan have been archived, with additional documents linked in the document library.

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