Recreation Master Plan
In 2012, the City of Longmont hired MIG, Inc. to complete an integrated planning process in three phases for Parks and Recreation within Longmont.
- The first phase: the Parks, Recreation and Trails Master Plan. This phase provides recommendations for maintaining and developing parks, trails, and recreation facilities in Longmont. This phase is now complete and City Council accepted this plan in April 2014. View document. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board submitted recommendations with the Master Plan. Read recommendations.
- The second phase: an Americans with Disabilities Act Self-assessment and Transition Plan. This plan identifies barriers with in City parks and within recreation facilities. The plan also make recommendations for required improvements. The Self-Assessment process has been completed and the staff is currently working to establish improvement priorities and will conduct public meetings during the third quarter of 2014.
- The third phase: a Recreation Master Plan to identify the City’s role in achieving the community’s vision as it relates to recreation programming. The third phase of the integrated planning process kicked off about the time of the flood last fall and was put on hold until after the first of the year. This phase moves beyond facilities to address the programs, events and services offered by the City of Longmont’s Recreation Division.