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Recreation Master Plan

Draft Recreation Master Plan - Open House 

Weren't able to attend in person? No problem!
The materials our now available below with a link where you can provide your feedback.

The Open House to review and provide feedback on the Draft Recommendations took place on Wednesday June 29th. 

The draft recommendations are based on community values, reflect current recreation trends and needs, and are intended to strengthen municipal responsibility for recreation development in the RM Taché. They are grouped into the 9 categories shown below, and will continuously be adapted based on community engagement and feedback received throughout the project.

DRAFT Recommendations
a. Guiding Principles
b. Partnerships
c. Governance and Administration
d. Financial Strategies
e. Accessibility & Affordability
f. Parks and Trails
g. Programming
h. Communications
i. Community Outreach

To view the information provided at the Open House, click the link below
Tache Recreation Master Plan Open House Story Boards

Feedback will be received until July 22nd
Link to provide feedback

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the project manager:
Bob Somers at or (204) 927-3444

The RM of Taché is working with Scatliff+Miller+Murray and RC Strategies to put together its first ever Recreation Master Plan. This Plan will help to guide the Municipality in decision-making surrounding recreation service delivery and will include recommendations and strategies for recreation delivery in the short, medium, and long term. 

 As part of the process for creating this Plan, SMM and RCS, on behalf of the Municipality, are reaching out to residents, organizations, and recreation service providers to learn more about the needs and wants for recreation across the Municipality. This process includes recreation stakeholder interviews, a public open house to discuss plans for future service delivery, and the attached web-based community survey. The results of the survey will assist in identifying gaps in service and the priorities for needed improvements to recreation facilities, programs, and services.