Ridgefield envisions an interconnected community with park, trail, and greenway system that contributes to the City's small town character, provides a variety of recreation opportunities, and is an integral part of the community.
This Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Plan considers the park and recreation needs of Ridgefield residents and was prepared with the input and direction of local recreation leaders, stakeholders and residents. The Plan provides a blueprint for the growth, enhancement and management of the Ridgefield park and recreation system and is an update to the 2014 Parks and Recreation Comprehensive Plan.
As a six-year guide and strategic plan for enhancing park and recreation services, the Plan establishes a path forward for providing high-quality, community-driven parks, trails, natural areas and recreational opportunities across Ridgefield.
The Park Design Flipbook (PDF) was created by the Ridgefield Parks Board to help guide developers who are installing parks in Ridgefield.
The Parks Board is comprised of seven volunteer citizens who advise the City Council on parks planning, parks acquisition, operations, and maintenance within the current and future city limits of Ridgefield. For more information, visit the Parks Board page.