"We would like to know what the public would like to see accomplished in the parks in the next five years," President Ruth Ann Jeffries said.
"This would also be determined on our budget."
The master plan will help allow the parks to be able to apply for state and federal grants.
It consists of a survey, mission statement, goals for the future and accomplishments of the last five years.
Parks board representatives and Supt. of Parks Bill Houck have been working with Clay Community Parks Association representative Wilma Dean Baker to prepare the plan.
"I had one person tell me they would like to see a dog park someday in any of the parks," Jeffries said.
"We are just asking for input."
The Brazil City Parks Board will be meeting for a regular session at 7 p.m., Jan. 6, in the Council Chambers at City Hall.
Among other agenda items, officer positions will be voted on.