District Administration

Planning & Development

AP Master Plan

Big Bull Creek Park Master Plan

EMP Master Plan

HP Master Plan

Lexington Lake Master Plan

SMP Master Plan

Meadowbrook Park Master Plan

Thomas S. Stoll Master Plan

TimberRidge Master Plan

Annual Capital Improvements

JCPRD's Legacy Plan
Johnson County Park & Recreation District completed a system-wide strategic planning process in 2015 with the Board of Park
and Recreation Commissioners' approval of the district's new Legacy Plan. The plan provides the district's board and staff with
a comprehensive framework for managing Johnson County's open space and recreational resources through the year 2030.
The seven legacy elements that form the foundation of the plan include strategies for investing in and strengthening the district's
aging infrastructure, for expanding the county's parks and trails system, for protecting natural resource areas, and for increasing recreational programs and services.
Click on an image above to view the Legacy Plan or its Appendix as
an e-document, or access PDF's of the various sections of the plan below.

Process and Approach
(Pages 20-33)
Trails & Connectivity
(Pages 66-87)
Connecting with Nature
(Pages 106-119)
(Pages 120-147)
(Pages 148-163)
(Pages 164-177)
Capital Investment Plan
(Pages 178-199)
(Pages 1-161)

You can access PDF's of the master plans for our
individual parks and future park sites below....

Antioch Park
Big Bull Creek (Future Park)
Camp Branch Glade
Cedar Niles Future Park Site
Ernie Miller Park
Heritage Park
Lexington Lake Park (Future Park)
Meadowbrook Park (Future Park)
Shawnee Mission Park
Sunflower Nature Park
Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park

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