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Plan the Park at the former Milton Country Club

The former Milton Country Club (MCC) property was acquired in February 2018 as part of the City's $25 million dollar greenspace bond initiative, passed overwhelmingly by residents in 2016. The passive areas of the park at the former MCC are currently closed to the public while the City addresses easements along adjacent private property and safety concerns regarding paths and bridges. The community planning process officially kicked off in October 2018. This page serves as a one-stop source for all the materials and presentations associated with the on-going planning process. Please keep in mind that this is a comprehensive planning process and no final decisions have been made. It's also important to remember that the process starts at a very high level and then works its way down to a more detailed discussion.

The list below is organized with the most recent content listed first.

FEBRUARY 2019

Following the October and November stakeholder discussion groups, our consultants with Kimley-Horn provided a comprehensive update to the Milton City Council which included community input and the engineering and environmental data specific to the former country club property. You can view the full PowerPoint presentation HERE (PDF).

 Click HERE to watch Feb. 11 Council Work Session, including the discussion of the full presentation above, beginning at 13:55

November 2018

Community Planning Update to Council (video)

Draft Guiding Principles (PDF) [Note: This list will help guide the community planning process for The Park as we move forward. The draft will be finalized following feedback from the public and Council and the final version will be posted separately on this page.]

Property Map - Site Features Summary (PDF)

Update Presentation (PDF)

October 2018

Public Meeting #1 - Adjacent Homeowners (video)

Public Meeting #2 - Active Group Stakeholders (video)

Public Meeting #3 - City Committees/Boards (video)

Public Meeting #4 - All Residents/City-Wide (video)

Public Meetings Presentation (PDF)

Public Meetings - Participant Worksheet (PDF)

For more information on the community planning process, contact Principal Planner Michele McIntosh-Ross at michele.mcintosh-ross@cityofmiltonga.us or 678-242-2538.