Parks Recreation Open Space (PROS) Plan Update
The City of Monroe is preparing an update to our long-range plan for our community’s park, recreation, and open space system. We would like the public’s help determining what types of parks, facilities, and recreation activities are needed in our community.
Your input will provide a foundation for the plan. Please help us:
- Identify ways that parks, facilities, trails, and programs can enhance community livability and meet the needs of new growth.
- Plan ahead for ongoing improvements in all City parks and open spaces, including Lake Tye Park and the Cadman site.
- Decide how to prioritize and support events and activities offered in our parks.
- Consider ways to protect our natural resources and connect our city via our trail network.
- Maximize the City’s investment in parks to increase our City’s economic prosperity.
Join us in this effort. Encourage your friends and neighbors to take the survey by January 15, 2021. La encuesta también está disponible en español en este enlace.
About the Master Plan
This is the start of a dedicated effort that will engage the community over the upcoming year. Washington State’s Growth Management Act (GMA) requires local governments develop and adopt comprehensive plans and include a parks and recreation element. In order to be eligible for state grant funding, it must be updated every six years.
The entire planning process to update our Parks Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Plan has four phases: Inventory, Assessment, Strategies, and Action Plan and is expected to be completed December 2021. Phase 1 is completed
Join our Mailing List or Contact Us
We’ll need your help to create a comprehensive park and open space system for our community.
For more information, email Mike Farrell
Meeting and Document Library
Use the links below to find additional information related to the planning process.
Park System Map
Park and Facility Inventory
Joint Park Board/Planning Commission Zoom meeting presentation. The group met on Monday, September 14, 2020 to discuss project goals and the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and challenges for the park system.