Parks, Open Space & Trails Master Plan

The Parks, Open Space and Trails (P.O.S.T.) Master Plan is a tool that the town uses to implement their Comprehensive Plan and identifies the recreation needs of today's residents, anticipates those of tomorrow, and provides a framework for creating a vibrant system of parks, open space, and trails. View the following segments of the plan, and what each entails.

    • How Frederick's Current Parks, Open Space and Trail System Evolved
    • Analysis of Frederick's Existing P.O.S.T. Assets
    • Park Classifications
    • Parks Inventory and Analysis
    • Existing Open Space System
    • Open Space Classifications
    • Open Space Inventory and Analysis
    • Existing Trail Network
    • How Well is the Community Served
    • Stakeholder Group Interviews Summary
    • The P.O.S.T. Website
    • Public Opinion Survey Summary
    • Public Meetings
    • Miner's Day Open House
    • Boards and Commissions
    • On-Going Public Outreach
    • Purpose of Goals and Policies
    • Consistency with Other Plans
    • P.O.S.T. Facility Planning and Design
    • Accessibility
    • Park Planning and Design
    • Open Space
    • Trails
    • Finance and Funding
    • Maintenance
    • Recommendations for Parks
    • Improving Existing Parks
    • Planning for New Parks
    • Collaborating with Other Agencies
    • Recommendation for Open Space
    • Trail Recommendations
    • Trail Amenities
    • Trail Construction Standards
    • Multi-Use Pathway / Trail Crossings of Roadways
    • Trail Safety and Security
    • One Possible Outcome - The P.O.S.T. Geography

Approved by the Board of Trustees on December 14, 2010.
Adopted by the Planning Commission on March 15, 2011.

Frederick Recreation Area Master Plan

Centennial Park Master Plan