For decades, City of Raleigh parks have provided citizens safe places to spend time outdoors and in their community. It is because of our city’s continued investment that our parks system has become a prized resource. Raleigh’s city parks offer something for all citizens, no matter where they live. The 2022 Parks Bond allows the city of Raleigh to invest in its citizens and their communities.
Parks and greenways keep Raleigh great. Let’s invest in them.
Previous investments have enabled our parks system to grow into the strong and vibrant network it is today- serving a range of communities throughout the city.
The proposed $275 million bond will allow the parks system to grow and…
The 2022 Parks Bond will support 20 new projects, ranging from a much-needed aquatic center in Chavis Park to supporting repairs and improvements for existing parks and greenways.
New trail development project in the Big Branch Greenway Corridor from Crabtree Creek Greenway to Sandy Forks Road includes access to high-density commercial and residential communities and multiple parks.
Construction of the 18-acre Gipson Play Plaza includes a civic plaza, waterfall fountain, a restored historic house, adventure play spaces, and a picnic grove. Operations office upfit and opportunities for other building renovations. Funds to initiate planning and design of phase two of Dix Park.
Implementation of the adopted Master Plan, including playgrounds, open play space, shelter and restrooms, dog park, trails, and associated parking and stormwater devices.
Phase 2 implementation of the adopted Master Plan including a new aquatic center, Heritage Plaza, expanded historic interpretive displays, and associated parking and stormwater devices.
Community engagement and master plan development. Implementation of the future master plan will be based on community priorities for this neighborhood park.
Lake Lynn Loop Trail Improvements include grading, drainage, repaving, and widening the trail along the west side of the loop trail at Lake Lynn. This project will help address trail asphalt damage and improve user conflicts associated with inadequate trail width.
Planning and preliminary design for a new greenway trail project from Crabtree Creek to Spring Forest Road, connecting Brentwood Park and Hill Street Park.
Improvements to the existing Mine Creek Trail from Shelley Lake to the Crabtree Creek Trail will include rehabilitation of the trail with a new base, new asphalt surface, trail widening, grading and drainage enhancements, improved access from communities, safety enhancements, and bridge replacement.
The Neighborhood & Community Connections program identifies, prioritizes, and builds new walkable and bikeable connections to parks and greenways.
Community engagement and master plan development. Implementation of the future master plan will be based on community priorities for this natural resource-based outdoor recreation park.
Redevelopment of Tarboro Road Park to potentially include a new community center, outdoor amenities, associated parking, stormwater devices, and improvements to the existing Saint Monica’s Teen Center.
Improvements to the existing Walnut Creek Trail from Lake Wheeler Road to Sunnybrook Road will include the relocation of the trail outside flood-prone areas where possible, improved community access, safety enhancements, and structure replacement.