Senior Services

Posted on: February 13, 2019

Your input is needed for the 2019 Parks, Recreation, Open Space & Trails Master Plan

Whitetail Park

Help shape the future of an active Lafayette by providing input for the 2019 Parks, Recreation, Open Space & Trails (PROST) Master Plan.

The Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department has contracted with GreenPlay, LLC to update the City's Parks, Recreation, Open Space, and Trails (PROST) Master Plan which was last completed in 2012. This update will carefully determine community needs and provide a framework for projects relating to multi-modal connectivity, ecological land management, recreation and wellness opportunities, and much more.

Public input is a crucial element to the success of this plan. There are several different ways to contribute your feedback about the future of the PROST Plan. The process will use a mixed method of community engagement to ensure all community voices are heard. Click here to view a calendar of upcoming opportunities for public input, including in-person and online engagement methods. 

We invite you to join us and provide your input at one or more of these upcoming community meetings:

Wednesday, Feb. 27

6:00-7:30pm: Community Meeting (general focus) - Library Conference Room, Lafayette Library, 775 Baseline Rd, Lafayette, CO 80026 

Thursday, Feb. 28

12:00-1:30pm: Community Meeting (focus on Parks, Open Space & Trails) - City Council Chambers, City Hall, 1290 S. Public Road, Lafayette CO 80026  

2:00-3:30pm: Community Meeting (focus on Recreation, Athletics, & Aquatics) - Clinica Family Health, 1735 South Public Road First Floor, Lafayette, CO 80026 

5:30-7:00pm: Community Meeting (general focus) - Clinica Family Health, 1735 South Public Road First Floor, Lafayette, CO 80026 

Can't make it to a meeting? Contribute your feedback online. Online opportunities for feedback will be posted on this page as available.

The intent of this project is to provide the department with an updated Master Plan that contains a new set of realistic and implementable goals and recommendations for the future. With a process that involves the public, we will develop implementable recommendations that are reasonable and realistic without compromising service delivery. 

Let us know what the future of Parks and Recreation looks like to YOU by being an active, engaged voice in the Master Plan process!

Sign up for City News email notifications at to receive periodic PROST Plan updates and meeting reminders. 

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