The Blue Springs Parks and Recreation Department would like to sincerely thank our residents for the vote of confidence this past April for the passage of the 5-Year Dedicated Parks Maintenance Sales Tax. This sales tax will fund approximately 40 percent – 15 million dollars – of the parks deferred maintenance needs over the 5-year sunset period.
The new tax rate was implemented on October 1, 2017 and the City will receive the first revenue from the tax in December 2017. The Parks Commission has established a sub-committee that will help staff prepare themes, specifications and budget oversight of the sales tax. This sub-committee will provide quarterly reports to the Park Commission and an annual report will be provided to the City Council.
Parks Maintenance Projects Include:
Major Renovation of Burrus Old Mill Park
Construction of a new Splash Pad
Renovations to the: playground, basketball court, baseball field, volleyball court, skate park, shelters and restrooms.
Major Renovation of Wilbur Young Park
Renovations to the: playground, basketball courts, softball field, tennis courts, volleyball courts, shelters and restrooms.
Deferred maintenance repairs at every park in Blue Springs. For a project list with timelines and cost estimates, click here.
Trails Maintenance Projects Include:
Repairs to segments of Adams Dairy Parkway Trail
Repairs to segments of Duncan Road Trail
Repairs to Woods Chapel Park Trail
Replacement of Rotary Park Trail
Repairs to 5 additional trail sections in Blue Springs. For a project list with timelines and cost estimates, click here.
Facilities Maintenance Proposed Projects Include:
Replacement of the original roof
Flooring replacement, building repair and repainting
Adams Pointe Golf Course
• Replacement of the original roof
• Cart path replacement, bunker repair and replacement
For a project list with timelines and cost estimates, click here.