Parks Master Plan

Chiloquin City Park

The Chiloquin Strategic Plan identified several key areas for enhancing the quality of life for Chiloquin residents including improving our current community parks and the Rodeo Event Center, developing community paths and potentially a new nature park for the community. Parks are a place where communities come together to make positive memories, where families spend quality time together, and where the young and young-at-heart can experience the joys of being outside. Properly designed city parks can truly change the lives of Chiloquin residents.

In May 2022, an application was submitted to Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) for a planning grant to create a Parks Master Plan. The application was approved by OPRD. A Parks Committee was formed to help with this project and an RFP for a 3rd party consultant who will assist the city in development of the parks master plan was sent out in early May 2023. The city received several responses and the parks committee after reviewing them all, recommended Cameron McCarthy Landscape Architecture and Planning to the city council who approved the selection. Cameron McCarthy has begun working with the city and parks committee to develop the parks master plan which will help the City determine the priorities, resources, and investments to accomplish short-term and long-term improvements and will serve as the city's blueprint for these future improvements to our community's parks and recreational spaces.

If you would like to participate in this project, please email chicityhall [at] (subject: Parks%20Master%20Plan) (City Hall) or call us at (541) 783-2717.

Update - December 2023

The city's vendor, Cameron McCarthy has been conducting onsite research, community feedback sessions, focus groups, and stakeholder interviews. They are scheduled to return in February for additional community feedback sessions.

Update - September 2023

Recently Cameron McCarthy stopped by the Friday's Farmers Market to begin collecting community feedback for the parks plan and have developed an online survey. They will also be interviewing various stakeholders and focus groups to collect additional feedback.

Share your opinions on Chiloquin’s future parks & recreation needs

The City needs to understand what the community needs and desires in regards to parks and recreational spaces. What do you want for Chiloquin?  

Take the project survey by visiting, and encourage your friends, family, and neighbors to share their perspectives.

Come enjoy free food, learn more with interactive stations, and share your perspective with project staff and other community members at the Chiloquin Community Center on Friday, October 20, between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.

Go to Chiloquin City Project Page

Cameron McCarthy talking with residents at the Chiloquin Farmers Market about the new parks plan in development and soliciting community feedback.