Parks and Recreation

Waldron Lake Park Master Plan

1470 Cache Drive (View Map)  

  

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Waldon Lake Park is Anchorage‚Äôs newest park.  In 2015, the Municipality of Anchorage purchased the property from the Boys & Girls Club of Southcentral Alaska for $3.92M with funds from an Alaska State Legislative Grant.

The 16.95 acre park is zoned PLI and will remain parkland into the future.  To ensure that future development of the park meets the needs of the community, Anchorage Parks and Recreation is developing a master plan.

ABOUT THE MASTER PLAN

Anchorage Parks and Recreation is working with a community advisory group to develop a master plan for Waldron Lake Park. 

The master plan will provide a 20-year vision for the park.  It will identify current and future needs, address issues and concerns, and establish a framework for future development at the park.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

Your voice matters and you can participate in several ways.  Anchorage Parks and Recreation will be hosting two public open house events where members of the community can provide input.  Additionally, members of the public can also submit comments directly to the Parks Department at the contact info provided.

PROJECT TIMEINE

Fall 2018 - Spring 2019: Planning and Public Involvement

Spring 2019: Plan Development

Fall 2019: Approvals

Summer 2020:  Implementation

How Can We Help You?
PROJECT CONTACT

Steve Rafuse, MOA Park Planner

E: rafusesj@muni.org 

P: 343-4586

 RESOURCES

Advisory Group Meeting 1 Presentation