The Capital Development Plan (CDP) is the tool used by the Batavia Park District to plan and fund long range development and re-development projects.
The first generation of this plan, approved in 2001, was made up of 18 projects identified as high priorities by the Park District Board of Commissioners. This first plan, "Growing with Batavia... One Park at a Time", was funded by a 4.1 million dollar bond sale. Over the length of the first generation plan 16 of the 18 identified projects were completed. Due to the success of the first generation of the CDP, a second generation was created. Click below to see highlights of completed projects from past the past two years.
Click below for a full listing of proposed projects and a brief description of the projects on the horizon for the District. All costs are estimates, projects are in the proposed priority order and are subject to change.
One of the key elements of both the first and second generation plans as well as all plans going forward is the Playground Replacement Program. The District has scheduled the replacement of each of its playgrounds on an average rotation of 15 years. To date, 30 playgrounds have been constructed or replaced by the CDP program. Click below to view the current playground schedule.
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