Parks & Trails

Neighborhood Park Projects

In April 2018, Liberty voters approved a 3/8-cent Use Tax. Revenue from this tax will provide support for general City operations as well as for some capital improvements, including improvements to our  neighborhood parks system. 

With input from Liberty residents through neighborhood park meetings and online surveys, the Parks & Rec Board and city council agreed upon several new amenities, features and renovations to 10 neighborhood parks. 

Learn more about Neighborhood Park Improvements

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Liberty residents can enjoy more than 500 acres of parks, 10 miles of multi-use asphalt trails, and 6 miles of primitive trails across the City. 

The Parks & Natural Resources Division maintains the grounds, landscaping, shelters, restrooms and amenities, including soccer fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, spraygrounds, and a dog park.  An updated Trails and Greenways Plan is being developed to provide an interconnected multi-use trail system across the City.