The city of Forest Park designed the Starr Park & Neighborhood Master Plan process to be purposefully organized around a community-based planning effort that has been divided into three phases:
Phase 1: Exploration + Needs Assessment | April to July 2017
This phase of work focused on working with the city staff, stakeholders and the community to understand and document existing and future park, neighborhood and city-wide needs and priorities.
Phase 2: Design + Visioning | July to September 2017
This phase of work focused on utilizing community input and the data obtained in Phase 1 to explore specific planning, design and program options at the scale of the park and the neighborhood.
Phase 3: Implementation | September to November 2017
The city is currently in this phase of work that focuses on building final consensus with the public and key stakeholders for all plan recommendations along with outlining detailed phasing and implementation methodologies.
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