Park and Greenway Projects

What park and greenway projects are happening now?

Last updated Apr. 26, 2016 - 9:03 am

The Design Development Division of the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department is responsible for the oversight of park and greenway planning and development.

Park Projects

ParkStatusDates of Interest
John Chavis Memorial Park Community Conversation
DesignClearscapes has been selected as the design consultant to implement the first phase of the revised park master plan.
John Chavis Memorial Park Master Plan Strategic Implementation StudyPlanning 
Dog Park and Dog RunPlanning 
Dorothea Dix Park
Acquired 
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Gardens ExpansionConstruction
Erinsbrook Master PlanPlanning 
Falls Whitewater ParkPlanning
On hold until funding is available
Forest Ridge ParkConstruction
Lake Johnson CenterConstruction 
Moore Square Master PlanDesign 
NC State University Gregg Museum of Art and Design and Pullen ParkDesign 

River Bend Park Master Plan (Formerly, Park Master Plan for Perry Creek Road Property)

Planning 
Pullen Arts Center and North Pullen Park Improvement PlanPlanning Pullen Arts Center operations will continue without disruption until at least the summer of 2016
Sassafras All Children’s Playground at Laurel Hills Park
Design 
Sierra-Lineberry Park Master PlanCompleteCity Council approved the Master Plan on November 18, 2014.
Southeast Raleigh Tennis Center at Barwell Road ParkDesign
Walnut Creek Softball ComplexPlanning 
Wooten Meadow Master PlanPlanningCitizen Planning Committee is leading a public process which will include public workshops in Spring 2015.

System Integration Plans

Park PropertyStatusDates of Interest
Barwell Road ParkCompleteAdopted 2013
Alvis FarmCompleteAdopted 2007
Erinsbrook DriveCompleteAdopted 2011
Forestville RoadCompleteAdopted 2010
Kyle DriveCompleteAdopted 2010
MilburnieCompleteAdopted 2007
Sierra-LineberryCompleteAdopted 2013
Strickland RoadCompleteAdopted 2007
Wooten MeadowCompleteAdopted 2014
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