Check out the Formula 2040 Master Plan, which determines the combination of land, facilities and programs that will provide the right experiences for Prince Georgians in the future.
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Yes. Since the project kickoff, we have engaged in conversations with representatives from the County Executive’s Office and representatives from local cities and towns located in Prince George’s County.
During the 18-month planning process, we have held countless focus groups with not only Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George’s County employees, but also external stakeholders and partners as well as representatives from local municipalities and the Prince George’s County Boys & Girls Club. In addition, through online surveys and our online engagement platform Social Pinpoint, we will ensure that participants providing feedback in the development of the Game On plan are from geographically dispersed locations throughout the County. If we see that there is little participation in an area, we will increase our efforts to reach residents to make sure that everyone has the access necessary to have a voice and feel represented in the project. We are also hosting 8 to 12 “pop-up” meetings at popular community destinations during existing events, as in-person events become accessible. If you have a suggestion to improve our process, please email us: GameOn@pgparks.com.
It is not the intended outcome of the strategic plan to eliminate any sports or providers of specific sports in the County. In fact, the Department is looking to fill gaps of programming not provided, and/or to support organizations currently offering sports.