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Park Planning

Current Planning Projects

Project Name Address Status Notes
Berewick Dixie River Road, Charlotte Design Community Meeting Presentation Meeting Minutes (June 2014)
Evergreen Nature Preserve Community Meeting Presentation Meeting Minutes (June 2014)
​Campbell Creek Greenway Community Meeting Presentation Meeting Minutes (June 2014) Meeting Minutes (Dec. 2013)
First Ward 7th Street Uptown Master Planning
​Flat Branch Nature Preserve Community Meeting Presentation Meeting Minutes (June 2014)
Friendship Sportsplex Cindy Lane, Charlotte Design Community Meeting Presentation (August 2014)
​Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center ​800 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Meeting Minutes (May 2014)
Mecklenburg County Regional Sports Complex (Phase II) 1601 Tanktown Road, Matthews Design
Reid Park Design Community Meeting PresentationMeeting Minutes (June 2014)
​Southwest Community Park Community Meeting Presentation  Meeting Minutes
Teddington/Eagles Landing Neighborhood Parks

Teddington Park
5517 Freedom Drive, Charlotte

Eagles Landing Park
Eagles Landing Drive



​Veterans Park Shelter Renovations ​2136 Central Avenue
Community Meeting PresentationMeeting Minutes (July 2014)

Future of Park & Rec Facilities

The Park and Recreation 10 Year Master Plan (2008-2018) reflects citizens' desire for more parks, recreation and nature preserves.

Voters passed $250-million in Park and Recreation bonds on November 4, 2008. Some projects paid for with these bonds and other bonds are subject to possible delays because of the deteriorating economy and falling tax revenue. Mecklenburg's Board of County Commissioners has agreed to go on a "debt diet"  Commissioners have determined that $20 million of bonds from a 2004 referendum cannot be issued as originally scheduled. This will delay some new parks and greenway projects. County Manager Harry Jones said delays are necessary to reduce unexpected and significant budget gaps.

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