Final Master Plan Cover

2022-2026 Parks & Recreation Master Plan

We are pleased to share the final version of our 2022-2026 Master Plan with the community who helped create it.

2022-2026 Parks & Recreation Master Plan
Master Plan 2021

Parks & Recreation Master Plan Draft Review Period Is Closed

Thank you to all those who took time to review the 2022-2026 Parks and Recreation Master Plan Draft and provide your feedback. All feedback has been submitted to our partners at at OHM Advisors who are finalizing the Master Plan for submission to the Planning Commission and City Council later this month.

Master Plan Review

Parks & Recreation Master Plan Draft

You spoke, we listened!
Throughout the month of October, the City of Southfield held community meetings and posted surveys online to collect ideas from the community on what programs, events and amenities you wanted to see from Southfield Parks & Recreation. Our partners at OHM have taken all that information and put it together into the 2022-2026 Parks and Recreation Master Plan Draft that is now available for you to view and comment on.
Follow the link to view a .pdf version of the draft and make sure to provide your feedback via the Tell Us What You Think button below. The Review Period is open from December 1, 2021 through January 1, 2022.
If you would prefer, you can stop in to the Parks & Recreation Information Desk or the Southfield Public Library to view a copy. Written feedback on the plan can be submitted at these locations. Please note all copies must remain at the posted location.
For more information please call (248) 796-4620.

2022-2026 Parks and Recreation Master Plan Draft
Master Plan Open Houses
Make your voice heard by participating in one of our Community Open Houses. Your input will help guide park improvements throughout the community for the next five years as part of our Parks & Recreation Master Plan.

Join us on
Wednesday, October 27 from 6-8 pm
Thursday, October 28 from 6-8 pm
inside the Southfield Pavilion, 26000 Evergreen Road. Face masks are required for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, inside City of Southfield facilities.

If you were unable to make it to one of the Community Open House events you can submit your input via the Community Survey online at www.publicinput.com/MySouthfieldParks or pick up a copy of the survey to complete and bring back at the Parks & Recreation Office at the Municipal Campus (26000 Evergreen Road) or Beech Woods Recreation Center (22200 Beech Road).