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City-based Projects
Project Number Description Status
PR-NR-1
Explore using athletic fields in nearby communities.
Not Started
PR-NR-2
Identify funding sources for athletic fields, including new public-private partnerships.
Not Started
PR-NR-3
Select a series of existing parks to allow leashed dogs.
Not Started

PR-NR-4
Repurpose existing land to create a fenced-in dog park within City limits
Not Started
PR-NR-5
Construct or dedicate space for more gardens.
Not Started
PR-NR-6
Incorporate community art into gardens and parks.
Not Started
PR-NR-7
Market, inform, and communicate the many different functions of city parks.
Not Started
PR-NR-8
Improve signage for the bike trails on city streets
Not Started
PR-NR-9
Market the trails as economic development and tourism assets.
Not Started
PR-NR-10
Host programs or events with the specific intent of bringing awareness to parks and recreational opportunities, such as an annual scavenger hunt.  Not Started
 
PR-NR-11
Create a program where new employees receive information about the parks and recreation activities available to them.
Not Started

PR-NR-12
Identify and map where trails should connect if no connection currently exists.
Not Started
PR-NR-13
Determine the particular parcels of land that are needed in order to create connectivity, and explore methods for purchasing or using that land.
Not Started
PR-NR-14
Evaluate the existing facilities to locate any potential accessibility issues.
Not Started
PR-NR-15
Calculate the parking needs at all recreational facilities. Not Started

PR-NR-20
Develop a map that identifies where the bike trails are.
In Process