Parks, Recreation & Open Space Master Plan

The Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan is an element of the Southlake 2035 Comprehensive Plan, which encompasses the vision, goals, and objectives that define the values in the community.  The plan development represents over a year and a half of work between elected and appointed officials, community stakeholders, and citizens and will serve as a framework to guide decisions related to parks and open space planning for the future. The plan encompasses strategies that will continue to accommodate the growing Southlake community by creating more opportunities for recreational programs and services, in addition to investing in enhanced park facilities and open spaces. The Southlake City Council adopted the Southlake 2035 Parks, Recreation & Open Space Master Plan at their June 15, 2021, meeting. Use the link to view a copy of the 2035 Parks, Recreation & Open Space Master Plan.

The table below highlights important milestones in the development of the master plan by the Committee appointed to oversee plan development: the Parks, Recreation & Open Space Master Plan Committee.
Parks, Recreation & Open Space Master Plan Committee Information / Meeting Topics Date Other Info. / Links
City Council Appointment of Committee 08/06/19 On-Demand Video
City Council Work Session - Master Plan Kickoff 09/03/19 On-Demand Video
Southlake Sports Complex 10/14/19 Agenda
Noble Oaks Park
Haven Park 
11/11/19 Agenda
Lonesome Dove Park 12/09/19 Agenda
Winding Creek Park
Watermere Parks
Johnson Place Park
02/10/20 Agenda
North Park 10/12/20 Agenda
The Cliffs Park
Kirkwood/Sabre Linear Park
Carillon Parks
Coker Hike & Bike Park
11/09/20 Agenda
Bicentennial Park
Jordan Drive / Randol Mill Properties
12/14/20 Agenda
Bob Jones Park 02/08/21 Agenda
Review and recommendation of plan approval 5/10/21 Agenda

Southlake 2030 Parks, Recreation & Open Space / Community Facilities Master Plan

The Southlake 2030 Parks, Recreation & Open Space / Community Facilities
Master Plan was adopted by Southlake City Council on March 19, 2013
Click on one of the links below to view the adopted Parks plan, or the more recently adopted amendment. A map of parks in Southlake has also been provided below for reference.