Farmington, Minnesota

Meadowview Park Boardwalk by Colby Meyer

2030 Parks & Recreation Comprehensive Plan

The 2030 Park and Recreation Master Plan is a planning document that was created by and for city residents. It was created due to the Metropolitan Council’s requirement for city’s to update their Comprehensive Plans every 10 years. As a result, the city’s 2020 Park and Recreation Master Plan was updated to reflect the growth of the city’s park system, trails, recreational programs, and recreational facilities. The 2030 Park and Recreation Master Plan is part of an overall city Comprehensive Plan that was approved by the City Council early in 2009, after the city’s Parks and Recreation Commission, Planning Commission, and Metropolitan Council approval. The city has begun implementing the policies and strategies set forth in the 2030 Park and Recreation Master Plan.

Section 1 - Acknowledgement

Section 2 - Executive Summary

Section 3 Community Background

Section 4 - Planning Process

Section 5 - Parks & Open Space

Section 6 - Recreation Programs

Section 7 - Recreational Facilities

Section 8 - Trails & Greenways

Section 9 - Guiding Policies & Strategies

Community Visioning Session Q & A

Executive Summary Highlights

A summary of the highest priorities for parks and recreation based on the information collected from the public studies, community surveys and during visioning sessions are identified below.  It will be important for the city to continue on an annual basis to review these priorities and modify these priorities as needed.

2030 Parks & Recreation Comprehensive Plan Priorities