Standard: There shall be site plans to guide the use of existing and the development of future areas and facilities. A site plan is a depiction of a park site of that is drawn to scale and delineates features such as building and facility locations, roads and trails, use areas and utility easements.
Suggested Evidence of Compliance: Provide a representative sampling of the agency’s area and facility site plans.
Informational reference in the Management of Park and Recreation Agencies, (2010), 3rd Ed., Chapter 11 – Physical Resource Planning, pp. 230-232.
Agency Evidence of Compliance:
Park District Site plans for all Park District parks and facilities are stored in the Building & Grounds Department office. The plans are stored in drawers by site. Included in the drawer for each site or facility are surveys showing legal boundaries, utility details, topographical features, buildings, and other major features.
Photo of location where all Park District site plans are stored; reviewers will be able to inspect all plans on-site.
Agency Self Assessment: MET