The City of Duncanville has entered into a professional services agreement with Dunaway Associates, L.P., to prepare the City’s Park Master Plan. The process, guided by City Staff, the Parks and Board Steering Committee, and ultimately approved by the City Council, includes a public engagement element that will help build the future of parks and recreation for the Duncanville community.
Two public meetings are scheduled:
When: Wednesday, January 18, 2017 @ 6:00 p.m. and Tuesday, January 24, 2017 @ 6:00 p.m.
Location: D.L. Hopkins, Jr. Senior Center, 206 James Collins Blvd. in Duncanville
The City’s current Park Master Plan is ten years old. Park master plans should be updated at a minimum of every ten years, a time-frame required to apply for state grants through Texas Parks and Wildlife. The Duncanville City Council approved funding of $75,000 to update the City’s park master plan in FY16 through the innovation fund.
A three-member Park Master Plan Steering Committee was then created by the Duncanville Park Board to oversee the firm selection process.
The selected firm’s scope of services includes: an inventory and needs assessment, public input and online surveys, priority rankings, action plan, implementation plan with projected costs, and Master Plan deliverables.