Planning and Expansion

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

Kill Creek Park (Regional Park)
Previously planned Phase I improvements are currently being constructed at Kill Creek. The park is scheduled to open to the public in 2001. After completion of the Phase I improvements, the equestrian facilities currently located at Oakridge Farm can be relocated to Kill Creek. Additional recommendations include:
Mid America Sports Complex (Sub-Regional Park)
Improvements recommended include:
Sunflower Nature Park (Sub-Regional Park)
Recommended improvements include:
Potential Park Site
The "Potential Park Site" shown in CPA #5 is part of the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant that was declared "excess" by the United States Army in 1998. The Johnson County Park and Recreation District subsequently made application and was approved for a no-cost transfer of approximately 2,800 acres of the Sunflower property through the National Park Service's "Federal Lands to Parks Program." At this time, however, the responsibility for dispersing land at the site rests with the General Services Administration, which is considering a "public benefit conveyance" of a yet-to-be-determined portion of the property for park use. If Sunflower land is eventually transferred to the District, it will be developed to complement the adjacent Kill Creek Regional and Streamway parks.
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