Parks, Recreation & Active Transportation Plan

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Parks, Recreation and Active Transportation Plan

Appendix 1.1-Survey Report

Appendix 1.2-Survey Crosstabs

Appendix 2-Design Manual

Appendix 3-Engagement

Appendix 4-Marketing Assessment

Appendix 5-Parks Inventory

Appendix 6-Recreation Assessment

Appendix 7-Triangle Trails Plan


The City Commission adopted the Parks, Recreation and Active Transportation with glowing comments at a public hearing on September 12, 2023 (Video Link)


“I think the great thing about this plan is it's about people, and all people, it’s about our natural areas and our wildlife, it’s about recreation and health, physical health, mental health it’s all these great things that make our community the community that it is. I really see this plan as improving upon the good things that we all love about Bozeman.”

 - City Commissioner, Jennifer Madgic


Public comment provided by the Gallatin Valley Land Trust endorsed the Plan as a guide for growth for the next 10 years and beyond:

"The plan recognizes the intersection of park infrastructure and trails with the broader transportation network and is the first step in creating a community with more equitable access to parks, trails, which in turn feeds into a more accessible transportation network that better connects our community."




Parks, Recreation and Active Transportation Plan

Appendix 1.1-Survey Report

Appendix 1.2-Survey Crosstabs

Appendix 2-Design Manual

Appendix 3-Engagement

Appendix 4-Marketing Assessment

Appendix 5-Parks Inventory

Appendix 6-Recreation Assessment

Appendix 7-Triangle Trails Plan


The City Commission adopted the Parks, Recreation and Active Transportation with glowing comments at a public hearing on September 12, 2023 (Video Link)


“I think the great thing about this plan is it's about people, and all people, it’s about our natural areas and our wildlife, it’s about recreation and health, physical health, mental health it’s all these great things that make our community the community that it is. I really see this plan as improving upon the good things that we all love about Bozeman.”

 - City Commissioner, Jennifer Madgic


Public comment provided by the Gallatin Valley Land Trust endorsed the Plan as a guide for growth for the next 10 years and beyond:

"The plan recognizes the intersection of park infrastructure and trails with the broader transportation network and is the first step in creating a community with more equitable access to parks, trails, which in turn feeds into a more accessible transportation network that better connects our community."



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PUBLIC WORKSHOP: Park System Patterns

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Park System Patterns


We need your input as we plan for the future and create a new Parks, Recreation, and Active Transportation (PRAT) Plan. 



Please tell us about the PLACES you love around Bozeman, the CHALLENGES that you experience in the parks and trail system, and the OPPORTUNITIES you see for the future of the city's parks! 



Instructions:

1. Select  to open our interactive map

2.  Click "Add Pin" on the toolbar to the left of the map

2. Select between the pin options: (Places) ,  (Barriers / Challenges), and (Opportunities)

3. Click and drag your selected pin to the location of your choice on the map

4. Type your comments in the text box to let us know what you think!



CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.