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Parks & Recreation

  1. Towne Branch Stream Restoration: Community Meeting

    October 31, 1:30 PM @ Depot Park

    Contractors will begin work in November 2017 on a stream restoration project for Towne Branch, a tributary of Crab Creek that flows through Depot Park. This project – which involves restoring approximately 1,995 linear feet of Towne Branch and approximately 210 linear feet of unnamed tributaries of Towne Branch – will improve water quality along the stream and reduce erosion. Construction will close Depot Park for a few months, with an anticipated reopening in Spring 2018. The neighboring Skate Park will also be temporarily closed at some point during construction. Signs will be posted when the parks are closed. The closures are necessary to ensure the safety of our residents while work is ongoing. Come on out to Depot Park on Oct. 31 to meet Town engineering staff and learn more about the project, why it's necessary, what it will impact and how it'll affect Depot Park.

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Public Meetings

  1. Community Meeting: Towne Branch Stream Restoration

    October 31, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

    Contractors will begin work in November 2017 on a stream restoration project for Towne Branch, a tributary of Crab Creek that flows through Depot Park. This project – which involves restoring approximately 1,995 linear feet of Towne Branch and approximately 210 linear feet of unnamed tributaries of Towne Branch – will improve water quality along the stream and reduce erosion. Construction will close Depot Park for a few months, with an anticipated reopening in Spring 2018. The neighboring Skate Park will also be temporarily closed at some point during construction. Signs will be posted when the parks are closed. The closures are necessary to ensure the safety of our residents while work is ongoing. Come on out to Depot Park on Oct. 31 to meet Town engineering staff and learn more about the project, why it's necessary, what it will impact and how it'll affect Depot Park.

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