Signature Park Plans

Dallas' signature parks are regional attractions that are treasured landmarks within the City of Dallas. 

A large park on the south side of Pleasant Grove, Crawford Memorial Park is a regional attraction that will be redeveloped to serve a broader community.

The Downtown Parks Master Plan provides a new vision for downtown that provides a significant increase in the number of parks and public spaces, develops parking to support downtown activities, and develops a comprehensive transportation plan that integrates vehicles, light rail, cyclists and pedestrians.
Following a decade of transformation park building in Downtown Dallas, this update to the Downtown Parks Master Plan provides new recommendations for future park development in the city’s core.
Located just six miles west of downtown Dallas, Joey Georgusis Park is envisioned as a first class destination for the entire region, with proposed soccer facilities, other recreational facilities, and trails.
Located in the heart of Oak Cliff, Kiest Park encompasses 284 acres and features world class facilities. This 2010 master plan provides improvements to ensure that Kiest Park remains a treasure in the park system.

The Tenison—Samuell Grand Parks Master Plan aims to guide the future development of the Park, respect its history and natural beauty, and respond to the programmatic needs of the community within a sustainable economic and environmental framework.

Samuell Grand Master Plan

Heavily used by dog lovers throughout the City of Dallas, the White Rock Lake Mockingbird Dog Park Study provides a plan for major reconstruction of the existing park that also expands the park to provide more amenities for canine and human users.
This Lighting Master Plan (LMP) develops and updates the lighting portion of DPARD’s 1994 Design Guidelines for White Rock Lake Park into a document based upon current lighting technology and dark-sky lighting considerations. The LMP addresses the visual needs of the park users, the unique historic heritage of WRLP and applicable city ordinances, all within the context of the lake’s natural environment.