Parks & Recreation Facilities Master Plan
Purpose of a Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan
The City of El Cerrito is planning to develop a Parks and Recreation Facilities Master Plan that will serve as a long-range planning and asset management document and provide a framework for understanding the recreational and open space assets the City owns, services it provides, risks it assumes, and financial investments it requires to maintain, repair, rehabilitate and improve these assets.
The Master Plan will include:
• long-range planning strategies to maintain, rehabilitate and improve the City’s network of parks, facilities, recreational, and open space assets, including current unfunded park and recreational opportunities;
• Evaluate the effective use of the City’s financial and physical resources to proactively implement the Master Plan.
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This Online Survey is the initial step in an extensive community outreach effort. Public meetings will begin soon, please click on the sign-Up link below to stay informed. Thank you for your participation!
Community members will be encouraged to help develop the plan. Please sign-up to be kept informed of the process and to be notified of community input meetings about the development of the Plan.
Once adopted, the Plan would be used to communicate our improved understanding of the park and recreational facility needs with the public and City decision makers; and to develop management strategies that deliver the established levels of service while managing individual facilities and assets in the most cost effective manner possible over the life of the asset.
Adopted Plans/ Related Planning Efforts
El Cerrito Urban Greening Plan - Adopted 2015
El Cerrito Strategic Plan - Adopted 2015
Ohlone Greenway Master Plan- Adopted 2009
Structural Facilities Master Plan - Adopted 2004
Active Transportation Plan - Adopted 2016
San Pablo Avenue Specific Plan - Adopted 2014
ADA Transition Plan - Adopted 2009
Parks and Recreational Facilities Master Plan Background Documents
RFP for Parks and Recreational Facilities Master Plan Consultant Services (February 2017)