Presentation on theme: "Future Parks and Recreation System Section 4 Parks and Recreation Master Plan."— Presentation transcript:
Future Parks and Recreation System Section 4 Parks and Recreation Master Plan
A Plan for Maitlands future Park System Focus is on how individual parks will function in the system
Parks & Recreation Needs Assessment Summary 5 Techniques New/Improved Neighborhood Parks Playgrounds/Tot lots Walking Trails New Community Park 4 Techniques Total of 8 Assessment Techniques Recreation Center Recreation Programs Baseball/Softball/Soccer fields Natural Areas 3 Techniques
Neighborhood Park Improvements Neighborhood Park City Owned Property (acreage) Year Planned Minnehaha Park72002 - 2003 Lake Sybelia Point Park4.92002 Kings Row Park22004 Fort Maitland Park32005 Hill Recreation Center Park32006 Winfield Park8.92007 Lake Sybelia Beach Park3.52008
Park Site Master Plan Process Step 1. Conceptual Park Plan Step 2. PRAB Public Workshop Step 3. Preliminary Park Plans Step 4. PRAB Public Hearing Step 5. Revisions to Park Plan Based on Public Hearings Step 6. PRAB Review and Recommendation Step 7. P & Z Review and Recommendation Step 8. City Council Action (8) Step Process
Benefits of Parks and Recreation High Quality of life Nearly 90% of respondents indicated that recreation opportunities areimportant to the overall quality of life.
Economic Benefits of Parks and Recreation Attracts home buyers Attracts businesses Increases property values Park 20% 10% 5% Proximity Principle
Exhibit 17 Summary of Future Park System by Acreage Type of Park Number of Existing Parks Number of Future Parks Acreage Increase/ Decrease Community Park1217 Neighborhood Park51117 Mini-Park220 School Park355 Natural Resource Area572.5 Special Use Park76(2.1)
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