Woodlawn Park Master Plan Process

The Township has hired the consulting firm of Simone Collins Landscape Architecture of Norristown, to lead the Master Plan process for Woodlawn Park.  An 11-person Steering Committee was also appointed to oversee the process. Woodlawn Park now consists of 10 acres (+/-) and the planning process will incorporate the existing park with the newly acquired property (formerly Woodlawn Elementary School). 

The Master Plan planning process will identify proposed/new infrastructure at the park including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Indoor and outdoor recreational opportunities

  • Improvements to the existing features and future locations within the park

  • Improve or reposition recreational opportunities including passive areas and loop trails

  • Coordination within the overall parks and recreation system

  • Appeal to a diverse population and varying economic backgrounds

  • Provide recreational experience for people of all ages and abilities with strict adherence to ADA laws

All of the above will be considered in the Master Plan.  There are no preplanned amenities for the park. All ideas will come from the public through the public input process. Community input is the key to a successful Woodlawn Park plan! 

Please click below to view details on the following:

The Upper Moreland Board of Commissioners approved the Master Plan for Woodlawn Park at their March 6, 2023, Regular Meeting.

  • Please click here for the Approved Woodlawn Park Master Plan.   

Public Meeting Presentations:

October 26, 2022 Meeting Video (the meeting begins at the 4 minute mark of the video)

September 15, 2022 Meeting Video

May 25, 2022 Meeting Video

Agendas and Meeting Notes:

To take our survey, click: Public Survey Questionnaire


Concept Plans:

Property Survey

Contact information

Simone Collins Landscape Architecture
Norristown, Pennsylvania

Peter Simone, RLA, ASLA, Principal

Sarah Leeper, RLA, Project Manager

Michelle Armour, Staff Landscape Architect

Township Representative:

Patrick Stasio, CPRP
Director of Parks and Recreation

Steering Committee Members:

Anthony Benvenutti          Michael Chauveau
Matt Duffy                       Jeff Herb
Chuck Jones                    Annmarie Mangin
Mary Meister                    Phil Strybuc
Dean Swedberg                James Torpey
Barbara Tuck


Nicholas Scull, Commissioner Ward 1