Neighborhood Parks Projects

July 12, 2018

Parks & Rec staff, along with City Council and Park Board members, met with residents at Clay Ridge Park for the second meeting to gain community input on improvements to the neighborhood parks

Residents who were unable to attend the meeting, can still add their voice to the discussion through an short, online survey»

The survey will be open until 11:45 p.m. on July 26. 

July 10, 2018

The first meeting to gain community input on improvements to the neighborhood parks, was held in the Clay Woods / Clay Meadows Park.  Attendees were able to weigh in on proposed improvements as well as offer their own ideas. 

Residents who were unable to attend the meeting, can still add their voice to the discussion through an short, online survey»

The survey will be open until 11:45 p.m. on July 24. 

June 2018

Additional neighborhood park meetings have been scheduled!

May 2018

To gain community input on improvements to the neighborhood parks, the Liberty Parks & Rec Department will be hosting meetings at each of the included parks. The first meetings will focus on parks in Ward 4

Stay tuned for dates and times for other neighborhood parks meetings. 

April 3, 2018

In April 2018, Liberty voters approved a 3/8-cent Use Tax with a vote of

Yes: 70.13% (2,839)
No: 29.87% (1,209)

If revenue from this tax comes in as projected it will provide support for general City operations as well as for some capital improvements, including improvements to our  neighborhood parks system.