Proposed Park Design Information

In 2020, City Council adopted the Five-Year Parks, Recreation, and Non-Motorized Plan.
In 2022, residents approved a millage to support improvements to our parks. Park Designs were the first step to identifying needs and prioritizing projects.     

         City of Mason Draft Park Designs (2023) –  HERE 

Provide any feedback to help us confirm your voice was heard, additional information we need to consider, and any other questions or comments you may have.

  Saturday, May 6:  7 - 11 a.m. at Fire Station (Pancake Breakfast)      COMPLETE 
  Monday, May 15: 5 - 7 p.m.  at City Hall  COMPLETE 
  Remotely via Zoom:             
  Friday, May 19: Noon-1  COMPLETE 
 Thursday, May 25: 5:30-6:30 pm (Zoom Link
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  Send to with the subject line DRAFT PARK FEEDBACK.

Missed our Open Houses, view the presentation at the link below: 
Recorded Open House Presentation: Master Plan Draft and Park Design Draft

Who decides what projects the funds are spent on?

What will the new playground equipment be made out of? What about maintenance costs?  Will there be pickleball courts?

Why hasn't Rayner Park Playground been maintained better, so we wouldn't have to replace it?

Can the city to afford to maintain these improvements? 

Can funds from the approved millage be used to support recreation programs or City operations?

How can I calculate my specific cost for this millage?

If plans are approved, will all projects move forward?

I already pay for Ingham County Parks and Trails; doesn't that pay for parks in Mason?