Welcome to the Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (CORP) & Master Plan Joint Sub~ Committee. This sub~committee was formed to provide a holistic approach to the review of the Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (CORP) & Master Plan.
The Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (CORP) is required to be updated every 5 years & The Master Plan is required every 10 years. This is a great opportunity to gather input and feedback from the community to help better understand resident need and intention.
Committee participants are as follows :
Jeff Lee - Village Board Representative
Jack Riley - Village Board Representative
Sandra Murray - Plan Commission Representative
Jim Siepmann - Plan Commission Representative
Lisa Ann Carrao - Village Resident
Lisa Mellone - Village Resident
Annette Kaja - Village Resident
Letha Ramiah-joseph - Village Resident
Nate Rice - Village Resident
Matt Schmitz - Village Resident
The Committee Leads are:
Kamron Nash - Director Department of Public Works
Amy Barrows - Village Planner
The Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan is:
A framework for the continual improvement of the Village’s park and open space system, taking into consideration our existing and future residents and community visitors.
An up-to-date plan ensures that the Village is eligible for State and Federal park and recreation grants, specifically for a five year period after the plan has been accepted by the DNR.
This document works hand-in-hand with the Village’s long range plans, including the Master Plan, as well as with ordinances related to development. We wish to also be consistent with the State and County’s plans.
In summary, we want to take a look at our parks and rec planning with a fresh set of eyes to ensure we’re staying up to date with our community’s needs.
The Village of Summit is a unique place to Visit Stay & Play! We have four parks: Peter Prime Park, William Jones Subdivision Park, Genesee Lake Road Park and Atkins Olson Memorial Park. All parks are open for recreational use including a sledding hill at Genesee Lake Road Park (weather permitting).
What is a Master/Comprehensive Plan?
A Master/Comprehensive Plan is a document that guides the Village’s physical, social, and economic development. The plan is intended to provide a vision for the community’s future. At a minimum, the plan must consider nine elements:
- Issues and opportunities
- Utilities and Community Facilities
- Agricultural and Resources
- Economic Development
- Intergovernmental Cooperation,
- Land use
Official maps, land division ordinances, and zoning ordinances must be consistent with the Village’s Master/Comprehensive Plan.
The Future Land Use Map is updated annually, please disregard Original Map found on Page 24 of the Master Plan document and reference the most recent version with the link above.
February 28, 2022 Meeting Documents
* All Documents from Prior meetings nothing additional
Public Participation Plan: