The City of Bettendorf
The Parks and Recreation Department for the City of Bettendorf has started a process to update the Parks Facilities Needs Assessment & Feasibility Study. This study will help the City assess what facilities should be improved or replaced based on facility assessment, market analysis, and input from the community. The study will develop recommendations to assist the Parks & Recreation Department in moving forward with their operations.
Though a previous study was completed recently, Bettendorf has seen some significant changes in the recent years to the local athletic and recreation offerings. The new TBK Bank Sports Complex and recent expansion of the Bettendorf Family Y may impact the market for some of the City's offerings. This study will build upon the previous studies findings and focus on the recent changes.
This website is part of our public engagement process. On it, we will be documenting our progress and informing the public of opportunities to engage and provide feedback. You can also reach out and ask questions using the "contact us" button at the top of the page.
The consultant team will be back in Bettendorf to present progress on the study and gather your feedback.
Please come out and participate on Monday, November 26th at the Bettendorf Waterfront Convention Center. There are two sessions being offered. The afternoon session from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm will include a short presentation with a question and answer session and exhibits on display. The evening session from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm will have exhibits and activities geared to soliciting your feedback from the community.
Come join us and participate!
It’s been some time since our Town Hall meeting, so we wanted to reach out and let you know that things are progressing.
Thank you Bettendorf for attending our Town Hall Meeting for the Parks & Recreation Facility Needs Assessment and Feasibility Study!
The Parks and Recreation department along with the hired consultant group led by Perkins+Will has kicked off the Recreation Facilities Needs Assessment and Feasibility Study. This included tours of the existing recreation facilities and reaching out to a number of stakeholders in the local community.