Cobblestone Ranch Park

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Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback as the Town works through the Cobblestone Park Master Plan. Now, the team is ready to move to the next phase. Plans for the neighborhood park components are in the works. These components will be part of the of the first phase of construction. And, we want to hear from you.

The Town has allocated $4 million to develop a roughly 10-acre parcel as the first phase of the park. 

The design team, led by Norris Design, has been working with the Town’s planning and construction staff to develop possible options. At this open house the design team will present design options and discuss potential features like infrastructure, trails, pavilions and playgrounds. 

The Town hosted an Open House to discuss and review Phase 1 design options on March 10.  Residents were asked to provide feedback in person and via an online survey through Sunday, March 29. The options that were presented for the proposed design (PDF) are available for your review. Survey results (PDF) are currently being review and a final design option assembled to be presented to Town Council.

  1. Future Park Funding
  2. Park Master Plan

Town plans for next neighborhood park

A park means so much more to a neighborhood than just providing playground equipment. It becomes a central gathering location and a place where memories are made within the community. The Parks and Recreation Master Plan establishes service levels for neighborhood parks. While metro districts and schools also provide neighborhood park access, the Town sets aside 8 acres for every 1,000 residents. This action helps ensure that residents will have close access to neighborhood parks once the Town is fully built-out.

Funding for new parks

Funding sources for the construction of new parks is different than the funding sources for the renovation and maintenance of existing parks. New neighborhood parks are funded through impact fees. Impact fees are imposed on new development projects to help fund the costs of providing public services, like parks, to those new developments. The Town receives $3,849 per 3,000-square-foot single family home to be applied to the construction of new parks and recreation facilities.

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Proposed master plan design concepts