Recreation Projects

Selma Burke Recreation Center Revitalization Project

The Town's objective is to expand upon Culture, Parks, Recreation and Education opportunities by way of strategic growth in areas that have been expressed as a need by our Citizenry. These needs include quality afterschool care, affordable summer camps, activities and options for youth and adults alike. Data from our recent Culture, Parks and Recreation Master Plan vet the strong support in establishing more neighborhood parks and multi-generational facilities (something for everyone). The outcome of revitalizing the Selma Burke Center will yield significant opportunities in providing quality programming, enrichment and recreation for all ages championing the model of impacting communities through Conservation, Health & Wellness and Social Equity. 
Project Documentation
Project Sitemap

Mooresville Golf Course

The Mooresville Golf Course renovation project was completed in October 2015. Among the changes are a new 18 acre driving range added with a new shot game practice area and a large putting green. Other changes include the greens transitioned to a hybrid Bermuda grass TifEagle, cart Paths are now 8 foot concrete covering five miles, 70 bunkers are now in play for strategy placements and new irrigation and sprinkler heads (1000). The course is now open! The clubhouse construction project is underway and expected to reach completion by summer 2017.

January 2016 Construction Update Presentation
Clubhouse Interior Story Board


Mazeppa Park Mountain Bike/Walking Trail

The objective is to expand upon the access and availability of walking trails, greenways, nature trails and bike trails. An increased inventory of these amenities will allow more access to natural amenities and the natural environment. The addition of these facilities will comply with recommendations from the departments Culture, Parks and Recreation Master Plan recognizing trails as a significant need based on public opinion exercised through the Culture, Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The department hopes to use this trail system as a Segway of introducing additional connectivity and trails within our Town

Project Documentation
Proposed Trail Layout

Edgemoor Park Renovation

Edgemoor Park work is complete and the park is now open.

During the construction phase, the Town's Street Department and Buildings and Grounds Department completed the demolition turnkey saving the Town over $40,000.

Adding the seven courts compliments the six court system at Cornelius Rd Park and gives the Parks and Recreation Dept. thirteen total courts consolidated to just two locations. All of which brings appeal to the eyes of USTA and tournament hosts. This allows tournament hosts to operate efficiently within two locations and gaining use to thirteen courts. Six of the courts will be the home for MGSD tennis program and their usage during set hours of Feb-May 3-5pm, Aug-Oct 3-5pm and six to eight dates per those seasons for tennis matches scheduled at the school’s discretion for the hours of 4-9pm. The new location for the schools tennis program is an effort to make way for future development located on the high school campus. 

Hours outside of these scheduled time frames will be open to the general public with the exception of a Town or CVB sponsored tournament that will be announced and publicized for general knowledge.

Project Documentation
Project Master Plan