Parks Master Planning

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Parks Master Planning 

The City of Maryland Heights is updating their existing Parks Master Plan. The purpose of the project is to develop a community-supported comprehensive Parks Master Plan that provides guidance for future development and redevelopment of the City’s parks, recreation programming, open space, trails, and facilities.

The current Maryland Heights Parks Master Plan provides the long-term vision for improving our parks and recreation system.  The update will refresh the vision for the nine parks, trails network, and recreational facilities we operate. The process of updating the parks master plan kicked off during late spring and will continue through Winter of 2019. The effort will involve inventorying the City's parks, trails, open spaces, and facilities.  It will also involve analyzing our community's current and forecasted recreation needs, prioritizing renovations and improvements, and developing implementation strategies to help us accomplish our goals.  

The City invites you to attend one of the 2 public workshops for the Maryland Heights Parks Master Plan Update. If you cannot attend a workshop, please provide your input through our online survey. Click here or see the full link is below.    

All meeting workshops are identical so come to the one that is most convenient for you.

Public workshops are scheduled on the following dates/times:

Tuesday, July 31
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, August 2
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

All public workshops will be held at the Maryland Heights Community Center, 2300 McKelvey Rd., in the Millennium Rooms. 

During the meeting, you'll be able to review exhibits that describe the City's current parks and recreation system. We want to hear your thoughts on important needs, potential improvements, and more. Representatives from the City and consultant team will be present to answer questions and discuss issues or concerns. No formal presentations will be given. You're welcome to stop by the meeting anytime during its time frame.

A survey to gather public input is available at