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Residents Asked To Help Redesign Union Hill Park

Released July 05, 2017 01:53 PM
The City of Alpharetta offers more than 780 acres of existing park space divided over 13 parks, and we have acquired more than 18 additional acres this year that will be used to create several new small, passive parks. While the City is proud of our parks system, however, we also recognize that Union Hill Park is underutilized and no longer meets the needs of Alpharetta residents.

An effort is now underway to remake Union Hill Park into a fun, energized space that will better attract and serve residents, and Alpharetta citizens are being asked and encouraged to help redesign the park. Involvement is as easy as communicating your preferences via email, taking a brief online survey, or both.

Working with our design consultants, Pond and Company, the City has created three separate concept designs for what the future Union Hill Park could be. Alpharetta residents are being asked to rate each concept and also to share their hopes for the future of the park by taking the survey. The online survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5HGKWCB.

Residents may also send comments via email to lgurganus@alpharetta.ga.us.

All survey responses and emails must be received by Saturday, July 22.



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Health And Fitness Design Concept
Health And Fitness Concept


Sculpture Garden And Skate Park Design Concept

Sculpture Garden And Skate Park Concept


"The Lawn" Design Concept
The Lawn Concept