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Multi-Use Trail (Brook Run Park to Pernoshal Park)
In 2011, the City adopted the Parks Master Plan, the Transportation Master Plan, and the Georgetown Master Plan. Each of these community-developed plans encouraged the creation of a multi-use trail connection from the Georgetown area to Brook Run Park.
In 2012, the City embarked on a redevelopment initiative for Georgetown dubbed “Project Renaissance.” This initiative created a public/private partnership to redevelop 35 acres the City purchased in the Georgetown area (a 16-acre property and a 19-acre property) into a series of public parks and neighborhoods connected by a multi-use trail.
The multi-use trail, known as the Dunwoody Trailway, across the 19-acre property is roughly ¼ of a mile south of Brook Run Park with two private landowners between the City’s 19-acre property and Brook Run Park. In August 2013, the City completed negotiations with the northern landowner and in March 2014, the City completed negotiations with the southern landowner.
With land control in hand, the City hired a consultant to prepare the construction documents for this multi-use trail, known as the Dunwoody Trailway, connection between Brook Run Park and the future Pernoshal Park.
Current Project Phase - Design
The City’s consultant is finalizing construction documents for the Dunwoody Trailway connection.
Next Project Phase - Construction
This fall the City intends to release an Invitation for Bid for the construction of both the Dunwoody Trailway and Pernoshal Park.
Recent Project Updates
October 2014 – The City Council will consider fully funding the cost of the Multi-Use Trail connection from Brook Run Park to Pernoshal Park as part of their October 27, 2014 Amendment to the FY 2014 Budget.
Summer 2014 – The City’s consultant has been busy preparing the construction documents for the Multi-Use Trail connection from Brook Run Park to Pernoshal Park based on the finalized layout and park elements approved by the City Council.
January 13, 2014—The City Council approved the key features of the Pernoshal Park concept plan including the Multi-Use Trail connection from Brook Run Park to Pernoshal Park.
Multi-Use Trail Map
Parks and Recreation Manager