Master Plans allow the Parks and Leisure Services Department to have a vision or guide on how a park is to be developed. The plans and planning process helps to establish priorities for park updates and/or new development.
You can view the following Park Master Plans by clicking on the park links below.
How are Master Plans developed?
Prior to any drawings a survey is conducted with area residents to determine the needs and/or wants of those living near the park. Upon gathering results of the survey, a preliminary park master plan is drawn. The next step is to call a public meeting to discuss the preliminary master plan or post the preliminary master plan for viewing and input. Once the public has commented and/or given input on the preliminary plan, the preliminary is then modified or remains as is to become the final Master Plan. Changes are determined by the amount of public input and/or request for changes.
If your area neighborhood or community park is not shown and you have concerns, please contact our Parks Planner, Kim Mettenbrink at 254-298-5411.