What is a Park Master Plan?
A Park Master Plan serves as a long-range vision for future development and programming of the park and its resources. The time-frame on a Master Plan is typically 10 to 20 years. The plan is conceptual in nature and not intended to address detailed issues related to engineered site design or park operations. Typical items addressed in a Park Master Plan include planning park elements, natural and cultural resources, and general design concerns.

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1. What is the difference between Park Planning and Planning?
2. What is a Park Master Plan?
3. Why should we create Master Plans for parks?
4. How can I participate in the park planning process?
5. Who is my commissioner?