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- Park at Beaty Street Task Force
Park at Beaty Street Task Force
Resolution 2019-14 To Adopt Final Recommendations of the Park at Beaty Task Force can be viewed here
Resolution 2019-15 Thank you and Disbanding Park at Beaty Task Force can be viewed here
Presentation of the Park at Beaty Street Task Force Final Recommendation to the Board of Commissioners, March 12, 2019.
Presentation can be viewed here
Conceptual Plans - Approved at the March 26, 2019 Regular Town Board Meeting
Schematic Master Plan 3-5-19
Schematic Trail Plan 3-5-19
Project for Community Discussion can be viewed here
Conservation of Park at Beaty Street Summary Hobbs Hill Presentation can be viewed here
Community Discussion can be viewed here
Conservation Easement Zones can be viewed here
Land Survey Hydrology Study
Land Survey can be viewed here. Hydrology Study can be viewed here.
Overview of Work Land Considerations
Overview of work can be viewed here. Conservation Easement Q&A can be viewed here.
Surveys are now closed.
Survey #1 results can be viewed here.
Survey #2 results can be viewed here.
Earlier this year, the Board of Commissioners of the Town of Davidson voted to preserve nearly 20 acres along Beaty Street for a park in keeping with the natural setting of the property. The property is bordered on its west side by Beaty Street, across from the Ingersoll Rand area. On its east side it is bordered by the railroad that runs behind homes along Main Street.
The property is home to hardwoods and is primarily made up of tree canopy. Numerous plant and animal species make their home in this wooded treasure.
A citizen Task Force has been charged with soliciting input from Davidson citizens to identify park and recreation needs along with ancillary public amenities in keeping with the natural, park-like setting of the property.
The group is also charged with the following:
• Sponsor public forums to solicit community input and identify recreational needs
• Identify and evaluate all assets on-site
• Investigate park and recreation elements needed, including walking trails and other amenities
• Consider ancillary uses as appropriate, respecting historic character of surrounding parcels
• Develop planning level cost estimates for the various options to help in setting priorities and developing financing plans
• Evaluate each option on the basis of capital and operational costs, potential impacts on the natural environment, potential revenues, recreational needs and effect on programs
• Meet with the Davidson Board of Commissioners for review and comment before making final recommendations
• Make recommendations for the consideration of the Davidson Board of Commissioners
The designation of this land as a park, its proximity to the heart of town and the opportunity for Davidson citizens to provide input on how to shape this beautiful natural resource for current and future generations presents our town with a public space treasure in a region where open space and tree canopy are quickly disappearing.
To review documents regarding the Beaty Street Property click here.
The Park at Beaty Task Force
Denise Beall - Chair
Dave Cable - Vice Chair
Gabriel Schoen - Communications Chair
For more information, or to send comments/suggestions regarding the site, please contact the Park at Beaty Street Task Force at firstname.lastname@example.org