Timeline and FAQs
Phase 1: Project Management, Work Plan, and Data Collection
Phase 2: Community Profile and Community Needs Assessment
November 2018 to March 2019
Phase 3: Parks, Facilities, Open Space and Program Analysis
February 2019 to March 2019
Phase 4: Prioritized Land Acquisition and Capital Improvement Plan
Phase 5: Action Plan and Master Plan Development
Phase 6: Finalize Action Plan, CIP, Funding and Revenue Strategies
August 2019 - September 2019
Phase 7: Adoption of Strategic Master Plan
What Is The Duration Of The Project?
Can Anyone Participate In This Project?
How Do I Participate In The Process?
Who Is Responsible For This Master Plan?
Where Can I Find Information For The Project?
Frequently asked questions
What is the duration of the project?
The duration of the project from start to finish is approximately 9 months with an anticipated completion date by June 2019.
Can anyone participate in this project?
Yes, this is a community-input driven process and the outcome and future recommendations will be driven by the needs and vision articulated by the community members. This planning process will be centered on residents’ values and the unmet needs of the growing and diverse community.
How do I participate in the process?
All Great Neck residents are invited to attend our upcoming public meetings, participate in our scheduled focus group meetings, take part in our online survey, respond to our mailed surveys that will be sent to households throughout the district, and even share feedback through social media on Facebook and Twitter. To participate and to be in the know visit www.gnparks.org
Who is responsible for this Master Plan?
The Great Neck Park District has hired PROS Consulting, a nationally recognized firm, headquartered in Indianapolis to work with the Park District in developing this Master Plan.
Where can I find information for the project?
Project information including key meeting dates, completed technical reports and final documents will be made available to the community through the project website - www.gnparksmasterplan.org