Paradise Township Community Park Master Plan

Paradise Township experienced significant growth that impacted community facilities in the township, including parks and recreation. To proactively address the need for additional park facilities for existing and future residents to enjoy, the Township hired RETTEW to develop a master site plan for the Paradise Township Community Park on an approximately
29-acre tract.
The park project required a master site plan, surveying, wetland delineation, safety and security assessment, traffic evaluation, operation and maintenance analysis, and planning for updated playground facilities, parking, and green infrastructure using stormwater best management practices. The park tract already contained athletic fields, including multiple baseball and softball fields, a multipurpose field, four soccer fields, a basketball court, and a tennis court. Additional proposed amenities include a scouting area and outdoor learning center, trails and related connections, a concession stand and restroom facilities, and multiple pavilions. RETTEW presented the master plan to the Paradise Township Board of Supervisors, and held meetings to coordinate with the Township Park and Recreation Board, Board of Supervisors, Township staff, as well as the general public and adjoining property owners. RETTEW submitted successful grant applications to the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, resulting in $150,000 of funding, which the Township used to subsequently construct the facilities in
Phases 1 and 2 of the master plan.


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