The City of Creve Coeur embarked on a parks and recreation master plan in the fall of 2018 with the help of a park planning consultant. The purpose of the master plan is to identify the needed improvements and future direction of parks over the next 10 - 15 years. This citizen led effort has incorporated input from surveys, public meetings, staff and the consultant.

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Andrews Academy Artwork for Creve Coeur Parks

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Part of the Creve Coeur Parks and Recreation master plan process included a comparison of existing recreation facilities to statewide and national recreation standards to determine potential need. The analysis included developing an inventory of the existing recreation facilities such as tennis courts, ball fields, play grounds, trails, swimming pools, skating rinks, basketball courts etc. The quantity of facilities included in Creve Coeur parks were compared to the standards based upon the City's population.

The analysis also included an inventory of the recreation facilities within a three mile radius of the Creve Coeur city limits. The quantities of these facilities contribute to the supply of recreation facilities available to Creve Coeur residents however they are only calculated at half the quantity for the analysis since they are not under control of the City.

Result of the analysis indicated need based on the standards of the following recreation facilities: three baseball/softball fields, two amphitheaters, one basketball court and two multi-use courts. Where appropriate the needed recreation facilities and other facilities that address needs identified from input received during the process have been identified for each of the Creve Coeur Parks.

The following survey questions identify the potential new recreation features that are being considered. Please review the suggested new recreation facilities for each of the parks and indicate your preferences and/or suggest other recreation features for consideration.
 
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