PUBLIC PLANNING FOR THE MEADOW CREEK STREAM VALLEY - Fall 2012
The Parks and Recreation Deparment 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. The next meeting, a review by the Planning Commission, is scheduled for Tuesday, May 15th at 5:30pm at City Hall. For more information contact Chris Gensic at 970-3656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
DRAFT PARK PLANS FOR REVIEW AT MAY 15 MEETING
Entire Stream Valley Greenbrier Park Michie Drive Field Meadowcreek Gardens
MEETING 1 PRESENTATION
MEETING 2 PRESENTATION
DISC GOLF PRESENTATION
PUBLIC COMMENTS RECEIVED
PROPOSED STAFF TRAIL PLAN - DRAFT
PROPOSED STAFF MICHIE DRIVE FIELD PLAN - DRAFT
November 27 - Design Charette Results
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MEADOW CREEK GARDENS
Originally acquired in 1963 as a park, Meadowcreek has since evolved into a set of 73 community garden plots where residents can rent space to grow flowers and vegetables. The remainder of the 20 acre park has been left undeveloped. The gardens are located off Morton Drive near the intersection of Emmet Street and U.S. 250 Bypass behind the English Inn. Meadow Creek meanders through the woods along the entire southeastern portion of the park. The Rivanna Trail system runs through this park.
For information on renting a plot, call (434) 970-3592.
Photos of Meadowcreek Gardens | Map and Directions l Map of Meadowcreek Gardens | Park Deeds (1) (2) (3) (Adjustment) (Plat)