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Current Parks Development Projects
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The Parks Development team is currently in the process of updating the Parks Master Plan and Hike and Bike Master Plan.
The plans provide direction on parkland needs, park improvements, trail construction, recreational facilities, street-scape improvements and future park projects for the next 1 - 10 years and beyond.
Al Ruschhaupt Soccer Complex
Immediate work includes:
E.A. Randles Park | E.A. Randles Master Plan
The project includes:
Falcon Creek Park
Finch Park will undergo improvements in accordance with the approved 2010 Master Plan.
Gabe Nesbitt | Gabe Nesbitt Park Master Plan
Gabe Nesbitt | Indoor Tennis Facility
The facility is a 55,000 square feet building that includes:
Grady Littlejohn Softball and Baseball Complex
Mary Will Craig Park | Mary Will Craig Master Plan
This project includes master planning the 73-acre former golf course and a 4.7-acre neighborhood park.
McKinney Greens 4.7-Acre Neighborhood Park Concept Plan
McKinney Soccer Complex at Craig Ranch
Renovation of 6 fields and converting from grass to artificial turf.
Murphy Park | Murphy Park Master Plan
Old Settler's Park
Planned expansion of the playground and pavilion area with additional site amenities such as climbing boulders and swings.
Robinson Ridge Park | Robinson Ridge Park Master Plan
This neighborhood park will be located just east of Muscadine Drive and Garden Ridge in the Robinson Ridge subdivision. Just west of Ledbetter Park and Baker Elementary.
W.B. Finney Park
Wattley Park | Wattley Park Master Plan
Renovations include the update of the playground area, pavilion, sports court and install walking trails.
During the 1950s, a site near the park was used as an unpermitted landfill. As part of this project, the city will complete work to maintain and increase safety protocols for this site as part of a Voluntary Clean-up Program (VCP). This work requires tree removal in the park and the installation of an enhanced barrier on top of the old landfill.
Questions about the VCP? Call Environmental Engineering at 972-547-7475
Some of our development projects receive special funding from the following sources:
|In 2019 McKinney residents voted to approve $91 million in funding for the enhancement and expansion of the city's parks system. When you see the 2019 Bond Project icon, you know that your vote helped to make this project possible. Learn more about the 2019 Bond.|