ReCreate: Parks and Recreation Master Plan

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Community members are invited to view the full version of the draft Parks & Recreation Master Plan!

Staff presented plan documents to City Council on October 27. Click here to view the work session.

Click to view the drafted Parks & Recreation Master PlanTake a minute, flip through the plan, and share your thoughts or feedback on the documents through November 20. Click below on "Go to Discussion" or "Quick Reply" to add a comment.

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

Community members are invited to view the full version of the draft Parks & Recreation Master Plan!

Staff presented plan documents to City Council on October 27. Click here to view the work session.

Click to view the drafted Parks & Recreation Master PlanTake a minute, flip through the plan, and share your thoughts or feedback on the documents through November 20. Click below on "Go to Discussion" or "Quick Reply" to add a comment.

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

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

As work has continued over the last several months on the ReCreate: Parks and Recreation Master Plan, community interest and involvement remains a critical component to the overall success of the final plan.  A Master Plan is meant to address the changing needs of the community, and we want to hear from you!

Available Draft Documents

1. Levels of Service: Helps answer the question, “How many parks and recreational amenities do we need, and where should they go?”

View the Draft Levels of Service

2. Classification and Design Guidelines: Defines how parks and recreation facilities are classified in our community and helps to answer the question, “What types of parks and rec facilities do we have now, and what types should we have in the future?”

View the Draft Parks and Facility Classifications

3. Policy Framework: 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.

View the Draft Policy Framework

Questions and Feedback

These documents are intended to:

  • Reflect a holistic vision of connected parks and recreation spaces for the community
  • Allow for flexibility, creativity, and opportunity for innovation when developing new amenities in parks and recreation facilities
  • Address community interests for all users

In what ways could these documents be improved to meet stated goals and ideals? 

What recommendations or suggestions do you have for the planning team?

Share your questions/comments below, or email us at hdepew@fcgov.com.