City of Jacksonville Parks, Recreation and Community Service Department

City of Jacksonville Parks and Recreation Projects

The City of Jacksonville has the largest urban park system in the United States, comprising over 80,000 acres. The Parks, Recreation and Community Service Department develops and manages a large and diverse portfolio of trails, athletic facilities, parks, beaches and more, along with an amphitheater, arboretum and equestrian center.

Prosser has completed over 50 projects within this park system, and is proud to have served as one of Jacksonville’s primary planning and engineering firms for the last 15 years. This work typically requires creative design and engineering solutions responding to growing user demand, public involvement, sustainable infrastructure goals, funding, ADA access, environmental stewardship and community compatibility. More recent challenges were focused on evaluations and restorations associated with major storm events and grant funding through federal agencies.

To provide the most appropriate and cost-effective solutions, we rely on our integrated, in-house disciplines of planning, civil and roadway engineering, landscape architecture, architecture and construction management to work closely with specialty subconsultants. Our long-term relationship with the city demonstrates our ability to effectively manage many complex projects at once and deliver results in a timely manner.

Representative Parks & Recreation Projects

  • Half-Moon Island Park & Boat Ramp
  • Parks & Recreation Asset Inventory & Digital Database
  • Halsema Multi-Use Trailhead
  • Gefen Park-North Bank Riverwalk
  • Sisters Creek/ICW Boat Ramp and Dock
  • Charles Reese Fishing Pier & Kayak Launch
  • Ringhaver Athletic Park

 

LOCATION Throughout Jacksonville

SERVICES Planning, Engineering & Landscape Architecture

City of Jacksonville Parks and Recreation Projects
City of Jacksonville Parks and Recreation Projects
City of Jacksonville Parks and Recreation Projects
City of Jacksonville Parks and Recreation Projects