EDSA, the City’s consultant working on the waterfront master plan, gave a presentation at the City Council Workshop on February 12, 2018. The presentation focused on five parks with budget estimates and conceptual ideas, and recommended project prioritization to the City Council. (Lake Wyman/Rutherford Park & Hillsboro El Rio Park were not included, as they are currently in the design process.)
Discussion about the Wildflower Park and its connectivity to Silver Palm Park will be revisited and finalized after a public outreach meeting on February 26, 2018, about the proposed new boat ramps and features at the James A. Rutherford/Lake Wyman Park. The hope is to solicit residential input about the need and location for boat ramps, so that conceptual designs can be completed for Silver Palm Park that integrate with the Wildflower site.
View the latest presentation and conceptual drawings 02.12.2018 (PDF) - revised on 3/15/2018
Watch video recording of the presentation and discussion from February 12, 2018
Waterfront Master Plan Presentation 12.11.2017 (PDF) - large file size
Watch video recording of Workshop Meeting Presentation from December 11, 2017
EDSA, the City’s consultant working on the waterfront master plan, hosted a second public outreach meeting at the Downtown Library on Wednesday, July 12. EDSA shared conceptual plans and recommendations.
Properties included: Spanish River Park, South Beach Park, Red Reef Park, Ocean Strand, Palmetto Dunes Park, Rutherford Park, Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, Lake Wyman Park, J. Patrick Lynch Golden Fig Park, Silver Palm Park, Camino Villas Park, Carriage Hills Park, Hillsboro El Rio Park and Wildflower property.