Great Parks Adding and Extending Closures and Cancellations, Outdoor Locations Remain Open
Effective this Thursday, March 19, 2020, Great Parks is extending closures and cancellations to include all indoor facilities, Parky’s Farm in Winton Woods, Highfield Discovery Garden in Glenwood Gardens, golf and camping at Miami Whitewater Forest and camping at Lake Isabella. Camping at Winton Woods will be for self-contained units only, on a first-come, first-serve […]
West Region Engagement Events Yield Valuable Feedback
Through events, survey cards and online questionnaires Great Parks has engaged more than 560 park users in the West Region of Hamilton County. This engagement process has been critical in helping us learn how you’re using parks, which ones you frequent and how often, ideas you have for improvements, and where to prioritize investment. […]
West Region Community Engagement Update
Thank you to all those who participated in the West Region engagement events this fall. Below is a community engagement summary from the 7 events we attended in the West Region: More than 560 people engaged through West Region events 277 in-person responses documented 290 online survey responses received This input will help shape recommendations […]
Hike or Bike with us October 19th!
You are invited! Great Parks is kicking off a process to complete Park and Facilities Master Plans for every Great Park. The process divides the parks into three geographic planning regions: West, Central, and East. This fall, you are invited to participate in planning for the west region. On October 19th, we will be hosting […]
You are invited! This fall, participate in planning for parks in the west region.
You are invited! Great Parks is kicking off a process to complete Park and Facilities Master Plans for every Great Park. The process divides the parks into three geographic planning regions: West, Central, and East. This fall, you are invited to participate in planning for the west region. Please find us at the following events […]
Great Parks Completes First Comprehensive Master Plan
Great Parks of Hamilton County completed its first ever Comprehensive Master Plan this January, working closely with consulting firm MKSK and an Advisory Committee, utilizing an inclusive and thorough community planning process. The plan will guide parks, facilities, programming and services over the next 10 years, through 2028. View the executive summary here. The process […]
Big Takeaways from the Spring Workshops
We’ve officially wrapped up the second round of community engagement, which included in-person Community Visioning Workshops held throughout the Great Parks of Hamilton County in May and an online workshop. Click here to read more about the in-person workshops. From the feedback received at the fall workshops that were held in 2017, which you can […]
Thanks for Participating in Community Engagement Round 2!
Thank you for your feedback Thank you again to everyone who attended the second round of Community Visioning Workshops that were held throughout the Great Parks of Hamilton County in May. At the workshops, the planning team shared their draft recommendations based on previous community engagement feedback. The purpose of the second round of workshops […]
Join the Conversation
Welcome to the Great Parks of Hamilton County Comprehensive Master Plan Online Community Workshop #2! Thanks to everyone who visited one of four in-person community workshops in May! If you weren’t able to join us, or you have more ideas to share, you can still participate here in the online workshop. The information presented here […]
Save the date! Join us for one of four Spring Workshops!
Please join us for one or more of the four upcoming community events for the Great Parks of Hamilton County Comprehensive Master Plan. The events are “Open House” style. Please attend at your convenience and stay as long as you like! Based on planning analysis, national trends data, local comparison, and community engagement to date, […]