The city has started to update its Parks, Recreation & Open Space Plan (or PROS Plan, for short), which was previously adopted in 2014. The new citywide PROS Plan will establish a road map for managing and improving recreation opportunities, programs, parks and trails in Fife. The project also includes the preparation of site master plans for Levee Pond Park and Cappa Park to guide future improvements of those properties. The City has over 150 acres of public parkland and recreation facilities that serve Fife residents and visitors through trails, skate park, and the Fife Aquatic Center.
Community input is crucial to make sure recreational goals and priorities are consistent with local needs and interests. There will be several opportunities for you to participate, including an online survey, virtual public meetings and stakeholder discussions. This process gives us an excellent opportunity to identify ways in which to best serve the recreational needs of our growing community over the coming six to 10 years.
The review and adoption of the updated PROS Plan is anticipated for late February 2022.
The City of Fife is beginning a community-led process to update its citywide Parks, Recreation and Open Space Plan. We need your help to determine how to prioritize projects and what we should focus on to keep our parks and programs thriving.
As an initial step in the planning process, the City is conducting this short survey to assess the community’s recreation and facility needs. The Plan will inform and prioritize specific projects for recreation facilities, parks and trails for the next 6-10 years. Your opinions are important to the City.
The survey has 21 questions and will only take a few minutes to complete.
Survey closes June 13. Thank you in advance for participating!
The PROS Plan, last updated in 2014, is a six-year guide and strategic plan for managing and enhancing park, trail, and recreation services in Fife. It establishes a path forward for providing high quality, community-driven parks, trails, greenspaces and recreational opportunities. The community plays an important role in the planning process, sharing its vision for the parks and recreation system and identifying priorities for future programs and investments.
Please send questions to Parks, Recreation and Aquatics Director, Megan Jendrick, at email@example.com