Warrenton Parks Master Plan

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Title: Warrenton Parks Master Plan
Author: University of Oregon. Dept. of Planning, Public Policy and Management. Community Planning Workshop; McCarthy, Cameron; Parker, Bob; McArthur, Colin; Gatz, Casey; Patricolo, Francesca; Scafa, Stephanie
Abstract: This is Warrenton’s first Parks Master Plan and it is designed to guide development of the City parks system over the next 20 years (from 2010 until 2030). A parks master plan is a long-term vision and plan of action for a community’s parks system. This plan identifies strategies and techniques for operation and development of parks, land acquisition, and funding. Through this plan, the City of Warrenton will continue improving the service and quality of its parks to meet the needs of current and future residents. The Parks Master Plan specifically delivers five planning elements: » Provides an inventory of existing parks and an analysis of appropriate park classifications and standards; » Identifies current and future park needs using input from the community as well as technical data; » Includes a capital improvement plan (CIP) that enables the City to achieve its goals; » Creates a strategy for short and long-term land acquisition; and » Identifies potential funding techniques and sources to implement the CIP.
Description: 134 pp. Maps, tables, figures, appendices.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/10889
Date: 2010-09

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