Eagle Trace Park Master Plan
Last Updated: 02/18/2019
Madison Parks wants your help designing Eagle Trace Park!
In 2018, 9.37 acres of public parkland were dedicated to the City of Madison as part of the Eagle Trace development. This undeveloped parcel is now called Eagle Trace Park and staff have begun the master planning process to determine future park amenities. The park master planning process will follow the City of Madison Master Plan Policy . Parks staff will hold at least two public input meetings and issue an online survey to gather input from the community on the future of Patriot Park. Once the Master Plan has been developed with input from the neighborhood, the plan will go to the Board of Park Commissioners for approval. Parks staff are seeking comments and ideas from the surrounding neighborhood regarding the future of the park, and will hold a minimum of two public input meetings and issue an online survey. Once the master plan has been developed, incorporating input from the neighborhood, the plan will go to the Board of Park Commissioners for approval.
As part of the master planning process, Parks issued a community survey to residents. Paper copies were mailed to residents within a 1/4 mile radius of the park and an online version was made available. Below are the results of the survey.
Public Input Meeting One
Public Meeting #1
Thursday, November 1st at 6:30 pm
Blackhawk Church, Room 201*
9620 Brader Way
Staff Presentation: Staff presentation on existing conditions, future development, and influencing factors.
- Design Eagle Trace Park Exercise: Community members worked in groups to create their own master plan for Eagle Trace Park.