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2014 Parks Bond Projects

Park and Facility Improvement Projects




Update the park master plan, review neighborhood

center. Site improvements may include accessibility,

fields, courts, signage and playground.

Apollo Heights (Ralph Campbell)


Neighborhood Center renovations, site improvements

may include accessibility, playground, shelter, lighting,




Neighborhood Center renovations, site improvements

may include a new playground, comfort station, shelter

improvements, etc.



Neighborhood Center renovations, site improvements

may include accessibility, trails and walks, etc.

John Chavis Memorial Park Improvements


Phase 1 implementation of the newly adopted park

master plan.

Walnut Creek Athletic Complex Improvements


Overall site and facility improvements that may include

fence, drainage, lighting, utility infrastructure, site

amenities, walks and tower renovations.

Walnut Creek Wetland Park Improvements


Complete a park master plan, implement boardwalk

and interpretive opportunities for sustainable access

to the wetland areas.

Laurel Hills Playground


Funding to partner with stakeholders on the

implementation of the new accessible playground plan.

ADA Improvements


Upgrade existing park sites and facilities to current

accessibility standards.

Aquatic Facility Improvements


Analysis of existing pools shells and address deferred


Building Systems


Upgrade heating, ventilation and air condition systems

at existing park facilities



Upgrade sport field and court lighting across the

park system.



Upgrade/replace various playground locations across

the City to meet national guidelines.

Shelley Lake Comfor t Station


Design and build a new comfort station at Shelley Lake

near the greenway.

Cultural Resources Projects


Historic Site Improvements


Improvements at Mordecai Historic Park, Pope and

Tucker Houses and Raleigh’s Historic Cemeteries.

Pullen Ar t Center Replacement


Design and build a new Pullen Art Center in

partnership with NCSU Gregg Museum.


Ra l e i gh Parks, Rec r eaton and Cu ltura l Resour ces