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Enderly Park Neighborhood Improvement Project

Enderly Park
This project will include infrastructure improvements such as sidewalk, curb and gutter,  storm drainage and water line upgrades within the Enderly Park neighborhood.

What's happened? The Planning Phase was completed in May 2008. The Design Phase and Real Estate Acquisition phases are complete. During the Bid Phase, the City took competitive bids from responsible contractors. City Council approved the construction contract with United Construction at its October 8, 2012 meeting. Construction and the warranty phases are complete.  The roads within the project limits have been resurfaced.  

Additional Communication:
August 2007 newsletter
February 2008 postcard
September 2008 postcard
February 2010 postcard
August 2010 postcard
March 2011 postcard
December 2011 postcard
May 2012 postcard
October 2012 postcard
February 2013 postcard
June 2013 postcard
November 2013 postcard

What's next? The landscaping warranty phase will extend through April 2016.

Who to contact:  Kristie Kennedy, 704-336-6194

A 2008 Neighborhood Bond Project

This project will make improvements in the Enderly Park neighborhood.  Its boundaries are Tuckaseegee Road, Berryhill Road and Freedom Drive.


  • Maintain, stabilize and revitalize the neighborhood through comprehensive infrastructure improvements
  • Strengthen the neighborhood and surrounding community

Click here to see the final concept plan  (April 2008) showing the proposed improvements.  Changes to the concept plan:  The Project Team has decided not to include the pedestrian path on Effingham Drive in the design due to long term maintenance and right-of-way constraints.

Click here to view current proposed design at 70% plans.

Cost:  $5,130,000
Please note that this is the NIP funding amount.  Additional funding may be identified after the planning phase.  Project costs typically include all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fees, construction, signalization, permits and landscaping. 

The Engineering & Property Management (E&PM) project team will manage the Enderly Park project through a four stage process.  Click here to learn more about how City projects are selected, designed and built.

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