5-Year Master Plan Review

The City of Wyoming Parks and Recreation Commission and City Council have recognized a need for improving the community’s parks and recreation options and promoting the City as a quality sustainable place to live and play.
As part of this effort, they have chosen to develop a new Five-Year Parks & Recreation Master Plan. This document is intended to serve as a planning tool over the next five years for the Commission and City Officials to make decisions related to future park and recreation amenities and improvements. 

After seeking community input, a draft of the Five-Year Master Plan has been created and can be reviewed on the City’s website here.

The Master Plan draft recommendation highlights include:

  • Improved ADA accessibility
  • Marquette Park redevelopment
  • Improving and expanding current park and recreation programs
    • Pickleball courts
    • Playground improvements
    • Walking trails/pathways
    • Pavilions
  • Restroom facility improvements
  • Focus on maintaining exist parks and new facility development
  • Safety improvements

Your opinion on the park priorities matters. Please let us know what you think of the plan, all feedback is requested by December 21.  

Ways to share your opinion:

Click here to leave the Parks & Recreation office a note

Call the Parks & Recreation office at (616) 530-3164

Email the Parks & Recreation office at Parks_info@wyomingmi.gov

Give feedback in person:

  • Planning Commission Meeting November 21, 7 p.m. City Hall, 1155 28th St SW
  • City Council Work Session December 11, 5:30 p.m. City Hall, 1155 28th St SW  
  • Parks Commission December 13, 7 p.m. City Hall,  1155 28th St SW



The previous Park Master Plan can be found here: 2013-2017 Recreation Master Plan