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Grove Park
Grove Park
This 2010 Neighborhood Bond Project will provide neighborhood improvements such as storm drainage and street resurfacing to upgrade infrastructure and revitalize the neighborhood. Additionally, water lines will be upgraded by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utility along Tiverton Road and Lakeside Drive Extension North.

What's happened? The first public meeting was held on September 13, 2007. A second public meeting took place on February 21, 2008. The third public meeting was held August 26, 2008. City Council approved the design contract with consultant,  Kimley-Horn on March 23, 2009. The design phase is complete. The 2010 Neighborhood Improvement bonds were approved by voters in November. The bid phase is complete.

Click below to view communication pieces:

    March 2009 postcard
    May 2010 postcard
    June 2011 postcard
    October 2011 postcard
    March 2012 postcard
    June 2012 postcard
    October 2012 postcard

    What's next? Construction is complete in your neighborhood.  The project will remain in warranty until the end of November 2013.

    Who to contact?
    Kristie Kennedy, 704-336-6194.

    A Neighborhood Improvement Project

    Voters approved funding for neighborhood improvement projects including $1,625,000 for the planning and design of infrastructure projects in the Grove Park neighborhood. 

    Proposed improvements include:  

    • storm drainage

    • street resurfacing

    • water and sewer line replacement

    At the second public meeting, we received comments regarding the implementation of rain gardens in the Neighborhood Improvement Project. A rain garden is a planted depression that is designed to absorb rainwater runoff from impervious urban areas like roofs, driveways, walkways, and compacted lawn areas. This reduces rain runoff by allowing storm water to soak into the ground.


    • To improve the quality of life for the Grove Park neighborhood

    • To upgrade infrastructure to revitalize the neighborhood  

    Cost:   $1,625,000
    Please note this figure includes all costs associated with the project such as planning and design, acquiring the right of way, utility relocation, consultant fees, construction, signalization, permits and landscaping. 

    The process for designing and building infrastructure projects like Grove Park is completed in five distinct phases. Click here to learn more about how City projects are built.

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