The city-owned park property known as Gray Branch originally consisted of 100 acres and was master planned in 2012. Since that time, the city has acquired an additional 112 acres, shown in the hatched areas on the map. With over 100 acres being added to its size, a new master plan is in the works.
We are holding a come-and-go public input meeting on Thursday, June 21 from 6-8 p.m. to discuss the master plan. The meeting will be held at McClure Elementary School, 1753 Ridge Road.
The master plan is a blank slate at this point with no set plan in mind. We want to hear your thoughts on how you would like (and not like) to see this park develop.
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