What you need to know
The Park Board is responsible for our parks and recreation services and facilities in cooperation with community partners. Together with input from users and partners, we set priorities for parks and recreation programs.
Capital programs are planned through the 4-year capital planning process, while ongoing services and work with our many partners to deliver projects are planned, approved, and funded through annual service planning process.
The service plan directs both capital and operating budget and is approved by the Park Board and City Council annually.
Parks and open spaces: $211 million
Recreation facilities (sub-category of community facilities): $329 million
Service yards (sub-category of civic facilities and equipment): $2 million
Questions or feedback?
The next Capital Plan will be for 2027-2030. There are many opportunities to provide your feedback on parks and recreation services in advance of the next capital plan: