Final Master Plan documents
December 2020 Update
Read the results of the Parks Community Recreation Survey (PDF)
The Parks Community Recreation Survey was launched after several residents expressed an interest in enhancing community parks and recreation assets in Parks. As a follow-up to the survey, the Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting two virtual community meetings to review the survey results, compare these with findings and recommendations from the 2019 County Parks and Recreation Master Plan, answer questions and share our recommended course of action. We hope you will join one of the following meetings:
When: Dec 15, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Arizona
Topic: Parks & Recreation Public Meeting
Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/99579184115
Dial 346-248-7799 or 833-548-0282 (Toll Free) and enter Webinar ID: 995 7918 4115
When: Dec 17, 2020 06:00 PM - 7:00 PM Arizona
Topic: Parks & Recreation Public Meeting
Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/99907479318
Dial 346-248-7799 or 833-548-0282 (Toll Free) and enter Webinar ID: 999 0747 9318
April 2020 Update
The Coconino County Board of Supervisors approved the Coconino County Parks & Recreation Master Plan at their March 24, 2020 meeting! Thank you for all your input and support!
March 2020 Update
Coconino County Parks & Recreation will be presenting an update on the department’s Master Plan to the Board of Supervisors on March 24. The Regular Session meeting begins at 10 a.m. and the Master Plan Update is scheduled for approximately 2:45 p.m.
In the spirit of social distancing, everyone is encouraged to view the meeting via live-stream at the following link: https://www.coconino.az.gov/1589/BOS-Video-Stream
Online directions: Go to Coconino.AZ.Gov, click on "Board of Supervisors", and on the left hand side menu there is a link for "BOS Meeting Video Stream". (The video stream only runs when the Board is in session.)
November 2019 Update
Thank you to everyone who submitted comments to the Parks & Recreation Draft Master Plan. The comment period is now closed.
September 2019 Update (Click on image for full-size PNG)
Read the latest Master Plan news and the survey results!
April 2019 Update (Click image for full-size PNG)
Read the latest news on the Parks & Recreation Master Plan, including community connections with the Cameron Chapter House, and the Town of Tusayan and Grand Canyon School District.
March 2019 Update - Thank you to everyone who filled out the Master Plan survey!
410 surveys were returned from the random sample survey and 520 surveys were completed online during the open period. The department is now preparing the Draft Master Plan document and it will be available for review this summer. Once the plan is released, people will be encouraged to review and offer opinions on the draft.
November 2018 Update (Click image for full-size PNG)
Parks and Recreation conducted 27 community and stakeholder meetings across Coconino County in the fall 2018, and gave 17 presentations and participated in 4 open houses. 751 meeting participants heard about the master plan process and gave input about parks and recreation needs. Thank you to everyone who participated!
Coconino County Parks and Recreation is updating its Master Plan and we want to hear from YOU!
This master plan will shape the future of Coconino County’s parks, recreation, trails, and open spaces by identifying each community’s needs, goals and priorities.
Parks, recreation, and open spaces objectives change over time. By identifying existing conditions, needs, and future resources, this master plan will craft a shared vision in Coconino County.
Check out this presentation (PDF, 2.8 MB) of current parks and recreation sites, features, partners, and more.
Master Plan brochure (PDF, 2.7 MB)
Coconino County Parks and Recreation's 2009 Organizational Master Plan established goals, policies, and strategies to re-position the department to provide a wider range of outdoor programs and services to a wider range of citizens. Goals addressed through 2019 relate to: facility management, repair, and replacement; financial and budgetary management; strategic growth; and new programs and facilities.
The public's input shaped the Master Plan in three fundamental directions. In the public's view, the County should: