• Community Services Master Plan 2019 as adpoted
The Master Plan Process
In September 2016, The Incline Village General Improvement District (IVGID) kicked off an 18 month-long process of master planning for the future of IVGID Community Services. Community Services encompasses the Beaches, Parks, Recreation Programs, the Recreation Center, The Golf Courses at Incline, and Diamond Peak Ski Resort. The last effort was in 2000 when the Incline Village Recreational Facilities Master Plan was completed. Updating these plans every ten to fifteen years is a good practice as it provides a road map for maintaining and/or revitalizing the existing community amenities and/or expanding the venues to provide new features the community desires.
Our process is that together, we will develop a long-range community services master plan to identify and plan for the future of community driven recreation activities and facilities in Crystal Bay and Incline Village. To date, IVGID has undertaken significant effort to assess many of the existing recreation facilities and operations and has developed planning documents, by venue, that identify the capital maintenance needs as well as the operational enhancement and future infrastructure investment opportunities. Throughout this project, we will conduct public meetings (our first one was held on November 30, 2016 at the Chateau) and community surveys to assess expectations, help set priorities, evaluate the opportunities for additional/expanded recreational offerings and facilities, and if identified, assess the community’s willingness to fund new or different facilities and programs. See below for our upcoming Community Workshop this summer and plan to join your neighbors in a dialogue about what IVGID Community Services should be to serve our residents in the next 20 years.
Survey Launched April 6, 2017 - July 15, 2017
Back in 2016, we hired a professional survey company to design and conduct a community services master plan survey in order to gather feedback and help us shape the future of our community. This survey is just one of many tools we are using to gain community input for the Community Services Master Plan. This survey launched on April 6, 2017. The responses are completely confidential. An independent research firm, National Research Center, is conducted this survey and doing so in stages. The first stage launched on April 6, 2017 and is the statistically valid survey of a randomized sample of our parcel owners. The second stage, began in the first week of May 2017, the survey was open to the entire community.
Thank you those who attended the Community Services Master Plan Workshops thus far.
Help us plan the Community Service program, facilities, events, or activities you want in your community. Please send any and all feedback via email to CSMP@ivgid.org.
Community Services Master Plan Draft Document Review & Interactive Meeting Powerpoint Presentation - August 6, 2018
Community Services Master Plan Presentation at the Board of Trustees Meeting on July 24, 2018
Community Services Master Plan Survey Results Presentation – February 21, 2018
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To view previously approved Community Services Master Plan components,