Master Plan Projects
Erie Highlands Neighborhood Park - Clayton Park
The first citizen open house was completed April 10, 2018. Based on community input, the following conceptual design was created and presented to the community at an October 17, 2018 Open House:
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The Erie Board of Trustees approved the master plan on November 13, 2018 and approved Roche Constructors to complete the park construction on December 11, 2019. The park is under construction with completion anticipated in the fall of 2020.
Check out Town of Erie’s YouTube channel and get an inside look at the park construction with Erie staff!
The Erie community and staff are working towards a master plan for a disc golf course in the Coal Creek Open Space area, east of Coal Creek. Residents provided commentary at the Farmers Market on August 29th, 2019 and were presented the final concept at an open house on November 7, 2019. The master plan was adopted by the Board of Trustees at its February 11, 2020 meeting.
Construction documents will be completed in the spring with construction anticipated in summer of 2020.
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Coal Creek Park
Provided is a link to the adopted master plan for Coal Creek Park. Construction documents are compete. Currently there is no scheduled date when construction would take place on this project.
Crescent Park Playground
GameTime, in partnership with with Colorado Parks & Recreation Association (CPRA) and PlayCore, offered up $1.5M in matching funds to redevelop playgrounds throughout Colorado. Crescent Park playground was selected as a site to receive new playground equipment and surfacing. This project is scheduled to be completed in summer of 2020. You can follow the project via Engage Erie at https://erieco.us/crescentpark.
Compass Neighborhood Park
The Town and Lennar Homes have not yet begun to park master plan or identify a definitive timeline for the construction of the future neighborhood park in the Compass development. Construction of neighborhood parks, which are defined as being a minimum of seven acres in size, are funded all or in part by the individual developer. Town staff are in routine communication with Lennar Homes to create a plan and timeline for this project which will be communicated to the neighborhood early 2021.
Neighborhood Park at Colliers Hill
Parks & Recreation, along with the community, Colliers Hill HOA, and Norris Design have begun planning the next neighborhood park in Colliers Hill. Community meetings were held January 28 and February 13. The timeline for construction of this park is unknown at this time.
Your Park, Your Thoughts
If you missed any meeting, you can still provide commentary by visiting Engage Erie and taking a survey or submitting an idea.
Erie Community Park - Final Phase
The master plan for the final phase of Erie Community Park has been completed and was adopted by the Board of Trustees at the March 10, 2020 regular meeting. You can view the proposed master plan by clicking the link below or view the flyover. At this time, the Town is working through design and construction documents. Construction is anticipated in 2021.
Schofield Farm Open Space
The Master Plan for Schofield Farm Open Space, located at 2203 North 111th Street in Erie, was accepted by the Board of Trustees on February 13, 2018.
The Schofield Farm Open Space Master Plan will serve as a useful tool to guide preservation and development efforts for this unique open space site. View the complete plan (PDF).
The Town completed a Historic Structures Assessment to assess the condition of the structures and assist in a phasing plan for stabilization and future improvements. This project was funded by a grant by the State Historical Fund. The Historic Structures Assessment is anticipated to be can viewed in its entirety here. Currently, there is no timeline for physical work.
Trail Wayfinding Master Plan
The Trail Wayfinding Master Plan, approved on June 25th, 2019, will enhance the wayfinding and location signage along Erie’s trails. This comprehensive plan will guide future signage installation along Town-owned trails and ensure a unified, clear and engaging signage system. Implementation is ongoing.