Master Park Plan

Narberth Borough has commenced the study process that will result in a Master Park Plan for three priority parks and open spaces within the Borough: Narberth Park, the recently acquired Elm Grove Park and the Station Circle/ Town Square area of downtown Narberth. The Borough intends to develop a separate park plan for a fourth site, Sabine Park (currently 0.5 acres), at a later time. This plan is partially funded by the Community Conservation Partnerships Program of the Dept. of Conservation & Natural Resources (DCNR) of the State of PA.

The Borough envisions a Narberth Parks Plan that strengthens the Narberth community, provides a quality experience for residents and all park users and promotes active living, recreational opportunities, climate resiliency, and environmental health and sustainability.

The parks plan will examine the use of existing open space and recreation facilities in and around Narberth Borough and explore opportunities for upgrades to existing facilities, new facility development, walkable/bikeable connectivity to these spaces, and recreational programming to meet the needs of the current community while also planning for anticipated growth over the next 25 years.

The Borough welcomes and encourages the full participation of the community. Please check this site regularly for a listing of public meetings, meeting notes and presentations, information on the public opinion survey and ways to interact with the Master Parks Plan Committee and Simone Collins Landscape Architecture who is the Borough consultant for this study.

Narberth Borough has retained Simone Collins Landscape Architecture of Norristown to facilitate the master plan process.

For additional project information, please contact:
Anita Nardone, Project Manager

Public Opinion Survey

The Borough has launched a survey to gather feedback from the community to help guide the Master Park Plan process. The Borough is inviting all members of the community to participate to help create a new vision for Narberth Park, Station Circle/Town Square, and the newly acquired Elm Grove Park. Participants will be encouraged to share ideas and concerns for improvements to the parks. Please use the following link to take the survey: The survey will remain open until September 9, 2024.

Public Meeting #2 – Draft Master Park Plan Presentation

Simone Collins will be presenting a draft version of the Master Park Plan on Wednesday, October 9, 2024 from 7-9pm at Borough Hall. You may attend in-person or virtually. Please use the following link to view the meeting details and to register for the virtual meeting:

Project Resources

*NOTE: The Master Park Plan Study Committee meeting agenda, minutes and recordings are available on the following page: