2015-2019 Master Plan
This plan identifies the current and future needs of the community, updates level of service standards, assesses CCPR’s financial strength of CCPR, and provides a strategic plan with 5-year implementation goals and objectives. The Parks and Recreation Master Plan represents CCPR’s continued commitment to providing a quality park and recreation system for the City of Carmel.
This version of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan will address changes to the vibrant community since the last plan was adopted in 2015. Population growth, evolving recreation trends, development of new parks and facilities, and the success of thousands of programs have increased and modified the demand for parks and recreation services in the community. As a result, these changes have created the need for new strategies for managing the park and recreation system for the next five years and beyond.
Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) is recognized for its innovation and high quality parks and services, as demonstrated in 2014 by becoming one of only 140 nationally accredited agencies and winning the National Gold Medal Award for Excellence in Park and Recreation Management. In order to build upon these successes and remain focused on the needs of the community, CCPR is in the process of updating its Parks and Recreation Master Plan.
What is the project duration?
The project duration from start to finish is anticipated as 10 months with an end date of early 2019.
Can anyone participate/How do I participate?
Yes, this is a community-input driven process. We will be holding focus groups and community meetings and would love to have you attend. Please fill out our engagement form.
Be sure to also follow @CarmelClayParks on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay engaged and up-to-date on the process.
Upcoming meeting dates will be posted on this website as the project progresses.
Who is responsible for the Master Plan?
PROS Consulting, INC., a nationally recognized firm, headquartered in Indianapolis, IN is assisting with the Master Plan. The primary contact is Neelay Bhatt, Vice-President.
“Creating a master plan is a community-input driven process. We know the value that our parks have to Carmel residents and we think it’s extremely important to gather their feedback along the way.”
MICHAEL KLITZING, DIRECTOR
Master Plan Documents
Master Planning Team
Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation
Michael Klitzing, CPRE
PROS Consulting, INC.
PROS Consulting, INC.