|Current Parks Development Projects|
|Al Ruschhaupt Soccer Complex Phase II|
The immediate work includes adding sports field lighting to Phase II. The lights are LED technology that shine inward to eliminate light-spill.
Other renovations include the restrooms, playground, concessions and sports fields.
For more information, visit the FAQ page.
|Old Settler’s Rec Center|
Phase II work is underway it involves renovating the southern half of the facility and will include converting the outdoor basketball pavilion into a new interior space.
|Greens of McKinney|
This 72-acre parcel was donated to the city on June 11, 2018. For more information, please visit the Greens of McKinney website.
|No timeline as of now.|
|The Courts at Gabe Nesbitt Expansion |
This project includes the expansion of the tennis center with 12 additional courts, a maintenance building, two playgrounds, landscape enhancements, trail improvements and sports field practice areas within Gabe Nesbitt Community Park.
|Rowlett Creek / SPCA Trail|
This trail will provide a connection between Rowlett Creek on the north side of Stacy Rd. to the existing trail along the south side of Stacy Rd.
|Project is on hold pending land acquisition.|
|Cottonwood Park Renovations|
This project will include renovations and upgrades to current park amenities.
|Construction is expected to begin in 2020.|
|Gray Branch Park Master Plan|
The master plan update for this 212-acre park located south of Hwy. 380 and along both sides of Gray Branch Rd. will include sports fields, a recreation center, trails, pavilions, concessions, parking, maintenance facilities and playgrounds.
|Design is in progress. No construction is planned at this time.|
In 2020, Finch Park will undergo improvements in accordance with the approved 2010 Master Plan.
The first round of construction will include a new hike and bike trail connection, updated basketball, tennis and pickleball courts, a new pavilion, two new pedestrian bridges and additional parking.
The second phase of construction will yield new playground pods and a new splash pad.
|The project will begin in early 2020 with no end date set at this time.|
This neighborhood park will be located near the intersection of University Dr. and Coit Rd. within the Prestwyck subdivision.
|The project is in design with no set timeline.|
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