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Master plan consultant, Andrew Dobshinsky, explains how classifications work as part of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, answering the question "What types of parks and rec facilities do we...Read more
1/5/2021 City Council Meeting1/5/2021 City Council Meeting
Community Services' Interim Director, John Stokes, presented the final master plan for adoption by City Council at the meeting on January 5.
10/27/2020 City Council Work S10/27/2020 City Council Work Session
Parks and Recreation Planning Team provides update to City Council
Level of ServiceLevel of Service
Learn more about proposed Level of Service document which helps answer the question, “How many parks and recreational amenities do we need, and where should they go?”
Master plan consultant, Andrew Dobshinsky, explains how classifications work as part of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan, answering the question "What types of parks and rec facilities do we have now, and what types should we have in the future?”
Policy Framework VideoPolicy Framework Video
Learn more about policy framework which outlines Goals for an ideal future state, Actions that move the system towards that future, and specific Methods or steps that implement the goals and actions.