In 2017, Si View Metropolitan Park District has adopted an updated Comprehensive Plan. This plan was created through input from public surveys, community meetings and stakeholder meetings reflecting community interests and establishing long-term goals and priorities for land acquisition, facility development, recreation programming and parks management. The Plan includes a vision for the District's park and recreation system, goals and objectives, a capital improvements and investment program, and implementation strategies for parks, natural areas and trails, helping help guide the District in allocating resources for many years to come.
In 2021, Si View Metropolitan Park District adopted a Recreation Program Plan to define strategies, services, and direction for public recreation programming to meet the needs of the growing community and advance the District's mission. The Recreation Program Plan is a community driven approach to identifying priority programming and services for the District over the course of the next six years. The plan includes biannual goals and implementation strategies to diversify and expand programming according to resident needs, industry trends and local market analysis. This plan was developed with active engagement by our community, leadership and stakeholders to understand how to best serve current and projected recreation needs for our community. It provides staff and commission tools to define strategies, services and direction to advance the District's mission as the community grows and recreation needs change, including recommendations in the areas of operational management, programs and services, and policies and practices.
This survey was conducted by City of North Bend, and while the Park District covers a greater area than city limits, the survey results provide valuable insight to local priorities for future park amenities.
During the course of the Recreation Program Plan development, the District surveyed residents to explore public priorities for future park and recreation services. The results of this survey highlight the community's strong desire for variety of outdoor recreation programming, community events, and continued focus towards building out a connected trail network.
During the course of the Comprehensive Plan Update, the District surveyed the community to evaluate performance of various District functions, and explore public priorities for future park and recreation services and facilities. One survey was specific to Si View Metropolitan Park District residents, while a separate survey was conducted for City of Snoqualmie residents to assess community interest for development of a new regional swimming pool in the Snoqualmie Valley.
The District conducted a Community Interest and Opinion Survey during the summer of 2012 to help establish priorities for the future development of parks and recreation facilities, programs and services within the community.