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Tell Your Friends About This Project
Greenway Park is a much loved and well-used part of the community. It has had a number of additions and changes over the years, but no consistent guiding vision. THPRD started a concept planning process in fall 2017 that will include both Greenway Park and adjacent Koll Center Wetlands. The plan will guide what amenities we put in or change over time. The concept plan will drive maintenance and service adjustments at the park.
Open houses were held on 11/7/17 and 3/20/18 to better understand the needs and interests of park users. Staff are currently processing open house results and writing a draft concept plan for public review.
A timeline for the whole planning process is at the bottom of this page.
Greenway Park Task Force
Nine community members have been chosen to provide guidance on trail, recreation, and natural area interests through the planning process. Task force members will connect with the community, share perspectives from their areas of expertise, and provide staff with information to help create proposals and meeting materials that meet the interests of the community.
Task force members are:
Wendy Kroger (Board of Directors Liaison)
Members of the public may attend task force meetings. There is a brief comment period for the public to address the task force at the start of each meeting. Once the meeting has started, audience members are asked to watch and listen, but not to engage in task force discussions.
Description & Map
Stretching between SW Hall Blvd. and SW Scholls Ferry Rd. at the southern end of the district, 87-acre Greenway Park is a popular, well-traveled park site. Koll Center Wetlands adjoins to the east.
Concept Plan Development/Approval
There is no dedicated funding source for park amenity changes at this time. Improvements will be made as resources are available and/or when old amenities are due for replacement.
Let's talk. Staff have engaged in informal conversations with neighbors and park users. Now we'd like to hear more about community needs and wishes for the park. We're holding an open house and a follow up meeting during the winter to exchange ideas and information. Meeting details: