PUBLIC PLANNING FOR THE MEADOW CREEK STREAM VALLEY - Fall 2012
The Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a series of public meetings to gather input on uses for and improvements to all City parkland between Morton Drive and the railroad track at Greenbrier Park. Meetings will be September 6, October 4, and October 30 at 6:30pm at Greenbrier Elementary School. For more information contact Chris Gensic at 970-3656 or email email@example.com
Greenbrier Park consists of 28.3 acres of undeveloped area located in the Greenbrier neighborhood with walking/biking trails along Meadow Creek. Enjoy the view of sycamore groves, a meadow and Greenbrier Marsh, believed to be one of only two such natural marshes in the Virginia Piedmont region. A footbridge spans the creek; many neighborhood school children use this footbridge to walk to Greenbrier School.
Greenbrier Park will be affected by the Meadowcreek Stream Restoration project and the Meadowcreek Sewer Interceptor Replacement project. As these plans develop, information about their effect on the park will be posted. Trails in the park will be restored and improved during the project.
Greenbrier Park was deeded to the City by the Greenbrier Corporation in 1965. The Rivanna Trails Foundation trails pass through Greenbrier park.
Dogs must be on a leash and under control.
The park is open 6AM to 9PM. Parking is available on nearby streets.
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