Cobblestone Ranch Park Master Plan
Developing a master plan
Based on community feedback, Town Council selected Cobblestone Ranch as the next park to be developed. The Town has allocated $4 million to develop a roughly 10-acre parcel as the first phase of the park. Before this neighborhood component can be designed, an overall master plan for the 168-acre site is needed. The site is generally bounded by Castle Oaks Drive to the south, Arabella Drive to the West, Cherry Creek Trail to the east, and McMurdo Gulch to the north.
The Town has contracted with Norris Design to help work through the planning process of developing a master plan for the park. We would like to invite residents to provide feedback before the plan is finalized. Norris Design has previously worked with the Town on the development of Deputy Zack S. Parrish III Memorial Park, Wrangler Park, and the redesign of Castle North Park.
An open house was held in August 2019 in which Norris Design started the master planning process by presenting opportunities and constraints, as well as sharing information, related to potential design elements. The Town's Park Planning staff, along with the design team held a brief hands-on design discussion and collected resident feedback. Two concepts boards were presented, as well as, image boards to help attendees brainstorm and discuss potential ideas.
Residents provided feedback at the open house and through an online survey. Approximately 120 people attended the open house and 136 respondents filled out the survey. This information was summarized and given to Norris Design. They have been using that data, along with the feedback from the open house, to develop a tentative master park plan.
At the second open house Norris Design presented the second phase of the proposed design. Norris Design will now encompass both the in person feedback from that open house and online survey results from 107 respondents into the final design. That design will be presented to Town Council Tuesday, Dec. 17.