What is the Recreation Master Plan?
The High Prairie and District Recreation Board has initiated the process of developing a Recreation Master Plan (RMP). The Recreation Master Plan is a joint plan being developed by the Town and County to guide future planning and development of recreation programs, services and facilities for the community. Once completed, the RMP will establish a shared community vision for recreation, and serve as a cooperative framework for Town and the County in making key decisions and strategic investments in the area of recreation to promote health living and welling for residents.
Where will the plan focus?
Geographically, the RMP will focus on the area of shared interest between the Town and the County, with projects located within or around the Town of High Prairie that benefit both Town and County residents. The plan will address important issue such as:
- current state of recreation and user appraisal;
- gaps in programs, services and facilities;
- challenges, opportunities and constraints;
- future projections and needs; and
- funding issues and partnerships;
What is the plan process and where are today?
Currently, we are engaging residents and stakeholders to obtain their input for the plan.
Results of Community and Stakeholder Surveys
The Planning Committee for the High Prairie and District Recreation Master Plan (RMP) is pleased to share the results of the community and stakeholder surveys that were conducted between August and October 2020 to inform the RMP process.
The snapshot and summary report of the community survey, including the Planning Committee’s response to the key findings, can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.
The snapshot and summary report of the stakeholder survey, including the Planning Committee’s response to the key findings, can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.
If you have any comments or questions about the survey results or the Recreation Master Plan, please feel free to contact Marion Glodde at the Town Office at (780) 523-3388 or Brett Hawken at the County Office at (780) 523-5955.
For more information
- Visit the Town/County website for detailed project information
- Check the Town/County Facebook Page for regular project updates
Thank you in advance for your participation!