Parks & Recreation Master Plan

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The City of Richland is updating the Parks & Recreation Master Plan. The new plan will establish a vision for the park system and provide guidance for parks, trails, recreation facilities and programs to address community needs through 2025.

The City has hired project consultants Michael Terrell Landscape Architecture, PLLC, to assist with the plan update. The plan will be a practical tool to guide the park and recreation system's development/redevelopment for another 5-7 years. It will help the community prioritize programs and projects as decisions are made about how to utilize limited resources.

How Can You Help?

Over the next several months, City staff and the project consultant will be looking at the parks and recreation opportunities currently available in Richland -- and seeking feedback from residents on how the system can be developed, re-developed, enhanced and maintained.   


The online survey period has closed. Thank you all who participated.


We want your input for our 2019-2025 Parks & Recreation Master Plan Update. Your thoughts are critical to help Richland identify projects, initiatives and opportunities to shape the future of the city's parks and recreation system. 

Public Engagement Timeline:

A series of public workshops will be held to solicit community input. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. More information regarding time and location will be shared here and on the Richland Parks and Recreation Facebook page.

  • April 1st - A Draft of the Master Plan document to be posted on city website for everyone to view. We will post links to the draft plan on facebook.
  • April 11th - Citizens are welcome to comment during the Public Comments portion of the Parks and Rec Commission's regular business meeting (7pm @ Council Chambers). 
  • April 17th - PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE at the Richland Community Center from 5:30pm - 7:30pm. Meet with the consultants and staff coordinating this project. Share your comments with us directly. Copies of the draft plan will be on hand for reading.

To learn more, email Phil Pinard.