City seeks feedback on drafted Bryce Davis Park plan

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City officials are seeking community input on a plan for improvements to Bryce Davis Park in west Fayetteville.

The project, which is scheduled for construction in 2024, will include refreshing some of the older park amenities and adding some new ones. The park currently includes a dog park, a playground, a restroom, pavilions, a pond and open space.

The city’s Parks, Natural Resources and Cultural Affairs Department will host a drop-in planning meeting from 4:30-7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 28 at Bryce Davis Park near the playground area at 1595 N. Dartmouth Dr.

At the meeting, a drafted master plan for the park will be shown, and city staff will be on hand to discuss findings from previous public park-planning sessions and an online questionnaire.

After gathering input at the meeting, an online questionnaire will be posted to the city’s online engagement portal for additional comments.

Funding for the project comes from parks bonds approved by Fayetteville voters in 2019.


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