2019-2023 Strategic Master Plan

This plan identifies the current and future needs of the community and provides a strategic plan with 5-year implementation goals and objectives. The Strategic Master Plan represents Brownsburg Parks continued commitment to providing a quality park and recreation system for the Town of Brownsburg.


Brownsburg Parks updates its Strategic Master Plan every five years in accordance with Indiana Department of Natural Resources requirements.

2019-2023 Strategic Master Plan (PDF)

Goal 1

Develop and maintain quality parks and experiences for people of all ages in an equitable manner throughout the community to achieve 11 acres of parkland per 1,000 residents of which we will develop up to 70% of our park land for recreation purposes while protecting the remaining acres for conservation purposes.

Goal 2

Develop and implement creative park and recreation programs that target all residents in the Town to maximize the community’s appreciation for quality park and recreation experiences.

Goal 3

Seek dedicated funding sources to support parks and recreation in Brownsburg Parks for the next ten years.

Goal 4

Hire and retain the best staff possible to deliver quality parks, recreation facilities and programs in the Town that demonstrate the best of public services.

Focus groups and Stakeholder Interviews

Conducted four (4) focus groups on June 13, 2018

Conducted stakeholder interviews over the phone that included elected officials, assistant town manager, and town manager

Focus Group Notes


Community Meetings

Conducted a Community Vision Planning Workshop on October 9, 2018. Nearly 50 people attended.


Intercept Surveys
Consulting team and Brownsburg Parks staff conducted surveys at park events such as Summer Concert Series, Party in the Park and with B.A.S.E. kids.

29 youth and 141 community intercept surveys were collected.


Online survey
Posted an online survey on social media channels. Received 172 responses.

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Community Engagement

Useful Links

2017 Community Needs Assessment 


2012-2017 Community Needs Comparison



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