We want to hear from you!
Our Master Parks Plan was adopted in 2011. Since that time, many of the short-term priorities that you, the public, brought forward have been completed.
Now, we want to look at new ideas and opportunities – this is your chance to help shape the future of your parks and recreation facilities!
The survey closes on September 30, 2017.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Master Parks Plan is a long-range planning document (20+ years). It deals with things like park land acquisition and capital improvements to parks and recreation facilities. For more information, please view our Master Parks Plan.
This minor update is intended to keep the Master Parks Plan current and ensure that short-term projects (e.g. possible to complete within 5 years) are consistent with the changing needs and wishes of the communities of Enderby and Area F. As significant public consultation occurred relatively recently during the last major update (6 years ago), the intent of this minor update is not to rewrite the Master Parks Plan completely but instead to revise it to reflect recent achievements and capture new ideas and opportunities.
This includes things like the Enderby Arena, Enderby Pool, Riverside Park (including the ball diamonds, excluding the campground), Grindrod Park, Barnes Park, Tuey Park, Riverwalk, Mabel Lake Boat Launch, Mabel Lake trails, and river hand launches.
This survey does not deal with the following:
- Shuswap River boating regulations (separate process)
- Rail trail (separate process)
- Community Halls (separate process)
- Parks and recreation facilities not operated by the Commission (note that several parks in Enderby are funded solely by the City, including Belvedere Park and Cenotaph Park, as well as most green spaces, gardens, and small trails)
Project ideas that require significant analysis in order to be evaluated will be considered in terms of whether funds should be spent on a feasibility study and cost analysis.
Project ideas that fit into a longer-range timeframe for implementation will be filed in an “ideas bank” for consideration during the next major update.