Help us shape the future of Wheaton Regional Park
Montgomery Parks is updating the 1987 Wheaton Regional Park Master Plan, and we want to hear from you about how to enhance the park to reflect the diverse values and interests of the local community and county residents at large.
- Please share your ideas by taking a short SURVEY or leave input and comments directly on our INTERACTIVE MAP. (Google Chrome recommended)
The public was invited to two virtual community meetings to learn more about the project, provide comments and ask questions. View a recording of the January 13 meeting or January 14 (Spanish-language) meeting.
Wheaton Regional Park is nestled in a forested area of Wheaton, Maryland. It was established in the early 1960s. It is the largest and one of the most popular parks in the southern region of Montgomery County. It's time to update the park to reflect the many changes that have occurred over the last 30 plus years. Please visit the park project page for more background on the park.
The Park Today and the Master Plan Update
The park is separated into three distinct areas:
As we update the master plan, we will address various topics including infrastructure, amentities, natural resources, maintenance and operations and cultrual heritage and interpretation. More information about these topics is available on the project page.
Montgomery Parks will be collecting input from the community from Fall 2020 through Spring 2021. Based on the input, a master plan update will be presented to the Montgomery County Planning Board in late Spring 2021.
This topic has 2545 visitors and 1676 responses: 501 registered responses and 1175 unregistered responses.
That's 83.8 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response.