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Park & Open Space

Contemporary Park and open space planning focuses on creating systems that responds to local uses, needs and circumstances. The form of a community park and open spaces depend on the region of the country, physical setting, landscape features, demographics and socioeconomic characteristics.

Types Of Parks

Neighborhood Parks are the basic units of Greenways the park system and serve a recreational and social purpose. Development focuses on Greenways are lands set aside for preserving informal recreation. natural resources, remnant landscapes and open spaces and visual aesthetics/buffering. The key focus is on protecting ecological resources and providing wildlife corridors.

Neighborhood Park

These types of complexes consolidate athletic facilities to strategic locations within a community to take the advantage of programming ef iciencies and economies of scale. Consolidation of athletic facilities allows for closer association between players, parents and coaches. It serves both youth and adult athletic programs. The emphasis is to design the complex as lexible as possible without

Youth and Community Athletic Complex

The special use classi ication cover a broad Community and Large Urban Parks range of parks and recreation facilities orientorient ed toward single purpose or specialized use, Are considerably large in scale and serve a like: Nature and cultural art centers;Historic broader service than neighborhood parks. sites: downtowns, plazas, cemeteries and The focus is on meeting wide-ranging com- monuments; Recreation facilities: aquatic munity recreation and social needs as well centers, itness centers, parks and stadium; as preserving unique landscapes and open . Public gathering areas: amphitheaters, town

They are characterized as linear parks also served as transportation corridors between public parks, historic features, monuments, institutions and business centers. They often follow landscape feature such as a creek or river.



Special-Use Parks

The park school classi ication relates to school sites used in concert with other classes of parks to meet the community park and recreation needs. These sites are best suited for youth athletic facilities for both school districts and community program. The site often provides indoor recreational facilities. School Greenways are a linear open space established along either a natural corridor, such as a river front, stream valley, or ridgeline, or overland along a railroad right-of-way converted to recreational use, a canal, a scenic road, or other route.

Greenways & Trails

Private Park/ Recreation Facility

It covers a broad range of nonpublic parks and recreation facilities. This includes facilities such as golf course, itness club, museums, private courtyards, amphitheater, horse riding stable and water park.

Are typically service multiple cities and cross political authority. A key objective is protecting ecological resources and providing wildlife habitat. the scale and service are They are at much larger scale than greenways.

Regional Parks

Conservational areas are important natural environments that are integrated with human recreation uses. They are important parts of worldwide conservational planning. In planning, a variety of methods and tools are used to identify critical lands for ecosystem protection. Playgrounds are important elements of healthy neighborhoods and communities. It should provide safe and challenging environments for children to learn about the world around them and about themselves. The size of playground depends on the average number of children.

Conservational Areas

Play Grounds

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