Brentwood Park Master Plan
- Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources (Lead)
- Susan Hatchell Landscape Architecture
The draft Brentwood Park Master Plan will be presented to the Parks, Recreation, and Greenway Advisory Board (PRGAB) on January 18 at 6pm in Council Chambers of the Raleigh Municipal Building. There will be an opportunity for public comment during this meeting. At the following meeting in February, PRGAB will vote on their recommendation of the plan to City Council. A copy of the draft master plan is available on the project website in the Public Meeting Items section.
Once the draft master plan is approved by City Council the project will move into Schematic Design for the first phase of development. An additional opportunity to provide feedback on Schematic Design will be scheduled at 30% design.
The 2014 Parks Bond includes funding for the Brentwood Park Master Plan and improvements to the existing park and neighborhood center. The Master Plan process is anticipated to take one year. Immediately following adoption of the Brentwood Park Master Plan by City Council, the schematic design phase will begin and will last for one year. Upon completion of the schematic design, construction will begin.
The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources Department received City Council approval of the Situation Assessment and Citizen Planning Committee (CPC) members on March 21, 2017. The project is moving forward into the planning phase of the project, which will include five CPC meetings, and three public meetings as outlined in the schedule section below. The situation assessment and presentation is available for download from the project website.
|May 24, 2017||Public Meeting #1|
|July 27, 2017||Public Meeting #2|
|September 20, 2017||Public Meeting #3|
|January 18, 2018||Presentation to Parks, Recreation and Greenway Advisory Board in Council Chambers|
Brentwood Park is located at 3315 Vinson Court within the Brentwood Neighborhood in East Raleigh. The 19.2 acre property was acquired by the City to provide a public neighborhood park. Marsh Creek runs along the eastern boundary, separating the park from Brentwood Elementary School, feeding a marsh area south including an adjacent 6.7 acre public greenway land parcel. There is an 1,000 square foot neighborhood center on the site, as well as open space, sports fields with support facilities, tennis and basketball courts, a playground, and creekside trails connecting to the adjacent neighborhood.