Master Plan Projects

Historic Downtown Erie: Coal Creek Park

Below you will find Draft Master Plans for Downtown Coal Creek Park:
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Erie Community Park - Final Phase

The final phase of Erie Community Park is currently in the Master Planning Phase.

On Saturday, August 26th, 2017, Design Concepts was at 
The Great Erie Outdoor Adventure to present updated project information and concepts!  Please email us with any questions or comments. 

Schofield Farm Open Space

Schofield Farm, located at 2203 North 111th Street in Erie, is currently in the Master Planning Phase.

Design Concepts created a Word Cloud based upon the first round of public input for the project. Word clouds are a fun way to visually represent the qualitative that was gathered during this process. The bigger the word, the more often it was said.  Please email us with any questions or comments.

Flatiron Meadow’s: Star Meadows Neighborhood Park 

Construction for Star Meadows Park began in late July and is scheduled to be completed in early 2018.
 
Below you will find concept plans for Star Meadows Neighborhood Park, a 7 acre Town of Erie owned and maintained park. This park is located in the Flatiron Meadows Neighborhood and shares the property line with a new Boulder Valley K-8 School.

The design idea behind this park: concept for learning, complimentary to school amenities and features, education theming, etc. The photos on the “image board” are not necessarily the exact features that will be placed, but provide an idea of the type of possible elements.

Collier’s Hill: Serene Neighborhood Park

Construction for Serene Neighborhood Park will be completed in 2018.

Below you will find concept plans for Colliers Hill Serene Neighborhood Park, a 7 acre Town of Erie owned and maintained park. This park is located in south east section of the Colliers Hill Neighborhood, overlooking Coal Creek.

The design idea behind this park: nature-based passive recreation, trails connections, and an overlook tower to take advantage of views afforded from park placement. The photos on the “image board” are not necessarily the exact features that will be placed, but provide an idea of the type of possible elements.