Looks like the city of Memphis is looking closely at its parkland.
The City Council heard from Parks Services Director Cindy Buchanan today about an upcoming city parks master plan.
"The purpose for this project is to provide recreational activities in the best fiscal manner," she said. "We will not bring any major construction projects to the council for various facilities until the master plan is complete."
Buchanan said they would be looking at all facets of the city's parks, including whether there was property the city could "divest ourselves of."
A group of citizens will be helping the city with the master plan.
"They are members of the public, and we expect them to bring with them their desires, passions, and concerns," Buchanan said. "They will discuss things and hopefully come to a consensus for park services. Once that happens, we'll create a document and bring it to the City Council."
The master plan is expected to be complete within 6 months.
The City Council's parks and environment committee also discussed ADA upgrades for the Liberty Bowl stadium.