In 2008, Alachua County voters first approved Wild Spaces Public Places to protect water quality, wildlife habitat and fund improvements to recreation facilities throughout all cities and the unincorporated areas.  In place for just two years, WSPP restored funding to the Alachua County Forever Program and built the Senior Recreation Center, the track at Cone Park, the skate park at Possum Creek, and helped the renovation of the historic train depot at Depot Park.  tEach of the small cities improved recreational facilities as well, such as San Felasco Conservation Corridor in Alachua, Sid Martin Park in Waldo, and Triangle Park in Newberry.  

A complete list can be found here:  


http://www.alachuacounty.us/Depts/Communications/Documents/Wild%20Spaces%20Citizen%20Report3.pdf