Landa Park Master Plan

About the Project


In 2010 the Parks and Recreation Department initiated a Master Plan process for Landa Park and Landa Park Arboretum, as part of the overall Strategic Parks and Recreation Master Plan. At that time, two concepts for the
future development of Landa Park were created. This 2016 Master Plan update will develop the two concepts
into a comprehensive Landa Park and Arboretum Master Plan for future park planning efforts.

The design firm Asakura Robinson lead the project, as a part of the City’s Indefinite Quantity/Indefinite
Quantity (IDIQ) slate of professionals. 

Preparation of the plan included a thorough public engagement effort. The project scope of services included: a comprehensive assessment of all Landa Park facilities, maintenance programs, programming and visitor use, accessibility review for compliance with Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS) and ADA, preparation of concept designs, draft Master Plan including graphics based on feedback from concepts, final adjustments to Master Plan as well as development of cost estimates and phasing options.

The project started in April 2016 with the first public input session and concluded in February 2017.
The final Landa Park Master Plan was presented to City Council at a joint workshop with the Parks and
 Recreation Advisory Board on February 27th.

Asakura Robinson is finalizing the recommendations from the plan and the final report will be placed on a
City Council agenda for adoption. .  

Cost Estimate $75,500 ($70,000 for the finalization of the Master Plan) ($5,500 for reimbursable expenses)
Funding Source $50,000 2011 Certificates of Obligation; $25,500 2012 Certificates of Obligation
Current Status-Progress Final Master Plan was presented to City Council on March 27th
Next Step The final plan will be placed on a future City Council agenda for adoption.

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