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Parks Master Plan

Shaw Park Master Plan Overlay - Updated Spring 2014

 
Shaw Park Master Plan Overlay 

The overlay plan blends the existing conditions of the park, the 2007 park master plan, and the 2010 updated master plan and elevates the potential of the park to new heights.  The recommendations in the overlay improve park infrastructure, provide habitat, enhance connectivity, and create multi-purpose amenities. Above all, the recommendations will lead to sustainable advancements in citizen well-being, park ecology, and economic development for park users and the community at large.

SP Master Plan Overlay Part 1: Context - Final Draft
SP Master Plan Overlay Part 2: Recommendations - Final Draft
SP Master Plan Overlay Part 3: Implementation - Final Draft

Concept Design Boards

SP Master Plan Board 1  SP Master Plan Board 2  SP Master Plan Board 3

 

Rink Concept Image 

Shaw Park Square

As part of the new Master Plan Overlay, Shaw Park Square is a year-round hub for Shaw Park that can be used for sports, events and gatherings.  More information.


Parks and Recreation Master Plan

This 2007 Plan provides strategies for meeting Clayton's recreational needs through the year 2017.  It recommends implementation of the ten year plan according to a prioritized and phased strategy, which will bring changes in the recreational opportunities of the City of Clayton and help to maintain the City's exceptional quality of life. 

Table Of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION (199 KB) 

2. DATA COLLECTION (1.05 MB)

3. PLAN ANALYSIS (682 KB)

4. MASTER PLAN (1.18 MB) 

5. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES (668 KB) 
 

APPENDIX A: PARK LAND DEFINITIONS

APPENDIX B: MAPS

APPENDIX C: COST ESTIMATES

APPENDIX D: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

APPENDIX E: PUBLIC INPUT SUMMARIES

APPENDIX F: RECREATIONAL PROGRAMING AND ORGANIZATIONAL REVIEW

APPENDIX G: HANLEY PARK MASTER PLAN UPDATE

APPENDIX H: SHAW PARK MASTER PLAN CONFIRMATION


Hanley House Building Assessment Study

Hanley House Building Assessment Study Part 1
Hanley House Building Assessment Study Part 2