A Long-Term Plan for Parks, Recreation Facilities & Trails
The Greenprint is a long-term plan that sets goals and strategies for how San José's parks, trails and community centers will change over the next 20 years. City staff and policy makers use the Greenprint as a guide as they explore the ways the parks system can help people in San José be healthier and happier. The City is working on a major update of its existing Greenprint, which was accepted by City Council in 2009. The new Greenprint Update is expected to be complete in Spring 2018.
GREENPRINT UPDATE 2018
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Community outreach is an important part of the Greenprint update process. In 2016 and 2017, 22 intercept events were scheduled in the community. Nine focus groups met and received 1,440 responses to the online mapping survey (now closed). Thank you to everyone who participated—your feedback will help shape the future of San José’s parks system.[CS1]
In addition to public input, our Greenprint team is guided by a Steering Committee of diverse community groups and organizations. See a list of members and documents from previous Steering Committee meetings below.
Steering Committee Memos:
2009 Greenprint Documents
2000 Greenprint Documents