Master Plan Update & Improvement Project
What should be included in the master plan for the five acres added to the park in 2015? Let us know what you think by taking our survey, open through Sept. 15! Click here.
We are in the early stages of a project to update this cherished park. The project will update the master plan, originally created in 1975, and make the park more accessible. The update will include the five acres added to the west side of the park in 2015. Those five acres were previously located north of the park and moved to the west side by a boundary line adjustment. Throughout the project, our goal is to maintain the character of the park and honor its history and significance in the community.
Pedestrian access to the park will be improved by the Northeast 68th Street project.
The community is invited to participate in the master planning and design process. Opportunities to provide input will include a survey, concept review and public comment period. The plan will also be reviewed by the Historic Preservation Commission. Information about public input opportunities will be posted here when available.
What should be included in the master plan for the five acres added to the park in 2015? Let us know what you think by taking our survey, open through Sept. 15!
Online survey: https://www.surveyhero.com/c/HazelDellCP-Survey1
Paper copy: To receive and submit a paper copy of the survey, go to Building A at the Public Works Operations Center at 4700 NE 78th St. Click here to view the hours for the customer service counter.
July 7-12 & 20 : As part of the master plan update process, a consultant will be conducting tests and collecting data from the park. If you’re in the park and see areas that are closed with cones, caution tape, signage, or other barriers, please avoid them for your safety and the safety of workers.
August 4 – 11: A consultant will be drilling bores (holes) as part of the master plan update project. If you’re in the park and see areas that are closed with cones, caution tape, signage, or other barriers, please avoid them for your safety and the safety of workers.
The project is funded by real estate excise taxes collected from the sale of homes in Clark County.
- Park master plan development: 2023
- Design development: 2023-2024
- Construction: 2024
August 2023 (PDF)
Lynde Wallick, park and trails planner
This 20-acre community park was one of the first built in the county.
- 2 picnic shelters with electricity and water
- 3 barbecue grills
- 34 picnic tables
- 2 drinking fountains
- 2 pieces of play equipment
- 1 restroom
The park's west shelter, which seats up to 100 people, can be reserved for a $150 daily fee. The park's east shelter, which seats up to 35 people, can be reserved for a $75 daily fee.
The picnic shelters can be reserved up to 365 days in advance for events taking place May 1 through September 30. The shelters must be reserved at least seven days in advance.
Shelters that have not been reserved are available for free on a first-come, first-served basis. All shelters are available on a first-come, first-served basis at no charge, Oct. 1 through April 30.
7 am to dusk
2300 NE 68th St.