Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Greenville's Cleveland Park Master Plan
Home to the Greenville Zoo with the Reedy River running through it and falling alongside the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail, Cleveland Park gains more and more popularity as time progresses. Originally becoming park space in 1924, Cleveland Park held a Girl Scout meeting place and a nine-hole golf course. The park has obviously evolved over the years to what it is now with various walking trails, picnic space and, of course, the zoo. In efforts to include Cleveland Park in the redevelopment and growth of the rest of Greenville, the city requested proposals from local and regional consulting firms to develop a master plan for the park. The status on the City of Greenville’s website states they received eight proposals and those received are currently being reviewed. The city envisions a six-month project. The master plan is to address storm water management, amenity improvements and recreation programming, traffic circulation in the park and many other things.
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