Town of Wilton New York
Open Space, Recreation and Pathways Plan

Open Space, Recreation and Pathways Plan

A Commitment to Open Space, Connectivity and Recreation

Since its formation in 1818, the Town of Wilton has shown strong commitment to enhancing and preserving open space, recreational venues and pathways. Significant efforts to identify and protect open space, recreational venues and pathways over the past several decades demonstrates the Town’s commitment to its open space and recreational resources and the connections between them. The most significant efforts include:

  • Improvements to the Subdivision and Zoning Regulations and inclusion into the Town Code, including adoption of a Conservation Subdivision Design Ordinance (CSD);
  • Continued Implementation of the Master Plan for Gavin Park;
  • Continued updates of the town-wide multi-use trail system; and
  • Continued financial support for WWPP.

The OSRPP is directly supported by public comments made during the development of the 2015 Town Comprehensive Plan and is closely associated with other recent open space preservation and recreation planning efforts. To oversee the 2018 update, the Town appointed an advisory committee consisting of Town Board members, town officials and residents. They were instrumental in the plan development process including formulating strategic actions to achieve the desired results of permanent preservation of natural resources and unique features.

2020 Update (pdf)

Open Space, Recreation and Pathways Plan 2020 Update

2020 Update Summary (pdf)

Open Space, Recreation and Pathways Plan 2020 Update Summary

2007 Open Space, Recreation and Pathways Plan
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