Parks and Recreation Master Plan

After over 5,000 contacts with the community and a year of work by committee members, the City of Penticton is pleased to share Draft #2 of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The 150 pages of the plan contain over 150 recommendations for Penticton’s parks, beaches, trails, outdoor recreation amenities, indoor recreation facilities and recreation programs and services. This is the City’s first Parks and Recreation Master Plan since 1993 and will provide much needed direction in areas that are the source of great pride in the community.

Copies of the Executive Summary, the Plan, a Summary of Revisions and all supporting Maps and Figures are provided in the Document Library. A feedback form is provided for you to share your thoughts on the revisions and the plan as a whole. Feedback will be accepted online until May 15.

After over 5,000 contacts with the community and a year of work by committee members, the City of Penticton is pleased to share Draft #2 of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The 150 pages of the plan contain over 150 recommendations for Penticton’s parks, beaches, trails, outdoor recreation amenities, indoor recreation facilities and recreation programs and services. This is the City’s first Parks and Recreation Master Plan since 1993 and will provide much needed direction in areas that are the source of great pride in the community.

Copies of the Executive Summary, the Plan, a Summary of Revisions and all supporting Maps and Figures are provided in the Document Library. A feedback form is provided for you to share your thoughts on the revisions and the plan as a whole. Feedback will be accepted online until May 15.

  • Parks and Recreation Master Plan Draft #2 Feedback Form

    The City has been working on a Parks and Recreation Master Plan for about one year. In November 2016, we held an open house and conducted a survey to collect input on the first draft of the master plan. Over 100 people attended the open house and completed the survey in person or online. In response, the City, Parks and Recreation Master Plan Steering Committee, and the consultants have revised the master plan. 

    The City has been working on a Parks and Recreation Master Plan for about one year. In November 2016, we held an open house and conducted a survey to collect input on the first draft of the master plan. Over 100 people attended the open house and completed the survey in person or online. In response, the City, Parks and Recreation Master Plan Steering Committee, and the consultants have revised the master plan. 

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