Updated 20-year Plan

In fall of 2001, the North County Recreation District (NCRD) Board of Directors adopted a 20-year Master Plan. An ad hoc committee worked on the plan for nearly a year to help the Board focus on programs and priorities it felt were important to the community. It was recommended that the plan be reviewed every few years to adjust to trends in recreation and new community interests.

In fall of 2005, the Board took on a five-year review of the 20-year Master Plan and a year later approved a Capital Improvement Plan (known as the “PARC” plan) that more clearly delineated phases, successes and strategies for pursuing a new pool.

The current (2011) Board of Directors reviewed these documents and undertook a group facilitation led by David Westmark, Firm Foundations Business Advisors. This process was critical to understanding accomplishments made by the District since 2006 and to lay the groundwork for communicating those successes to the public as the Board discusses the possibility of presenting a renewal of the five-year operating levy passed in 2009 and feasibility of a new pool.

For a copy of the 2011 20-year plan update CLICK HERE