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Parks & Recreation Master Plan
About this project
This is the start of a dedicated effort that will engage the community over the upcoming year. Washington State’s Growth Management Act (GMA) requires local governments to develop and adopt comprehensive plans and include a parks and recreation element. In order to be eligible for state grant funding, it must be updated every six years.
The entire planning process to update our plan has four phases: Assessment, Needs and Visioning, Action Planning, and Plan Development and is expected to be completed by January 2023.
Review the Draft Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan: Tell us what you think
The City of Pasco is looking to the future with the development of the draft Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan. The draft Plan provides a cohesive vision, with goals, strategies, and objectives based on community input, and a technical analysis of the system. The draft Plan inventories existing parks and facilities, identifies community needs, and directs funding and investment over the next twenty years.
You can now review the draft Plan, then provide your comment, questions, and any clarifications using the comment form provided on this page. Also included is a supporting technical appendix with additional information and details to accompany the plan document. The City will use your feedback to consider any needed refinements to this draft document. The City Council will review the Plan in January 2023 and consider any further refinements for adoption.
PROS Master Plan Draft-Dec2022 Appendices to the Draft Plan
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We’ll need your help to create a comprehensive park and recreation system for our community. Please help us by getting involved, starting with subscribing to our email list: CLICK HERE to be added to our contact list.
For more information, email [email protected].
Meeting and Document Library
Use the links below to find additional information related to the planning process.
Community Questionnaire Summary