Help us plan two new parks in South Hillsboro!
The City of Hillsboro is working with Pahlisch Homes to design the first two neighborhood parks in South Hillsboro. These parks will be located in the Rosedale and Butternut Creek Neighborhoods, and we are looking for your thoughts on desired amenities for each park. Additional neighborhood parks and a community park are slated to be built in South Hillsboro in the future, as additional neighborhoods get developed.
Rosedale Parks and Butternut Creek Neighborhood Parks- Neighborhood Review Meetings
AKS Engineering is holding neighborhood meetings for the Rosedale Parks and Butternut Creek neighborhood parks in South Hillsboro:
Monday, August 14, 2017
Rosedale Parks Neighborhood Park: 6 pm
Butternut Creek Neighborhood Park: 7 pm
TVFR North Operating Center Community Room
20665 SW Blanton Street, Aloha, 97007
The meetings provide a forum for residents to review and discuss preliminary plans prior to submittal to the City. Hope to see you there!
|April - June 2017||Master planning and approvals|
|June - November 2017||Land use application and approval|
|November 2017 - May 2018||Construction documents and permits|
|May - November 2018||Construction|
Park Master Plans
Butternut Creek: Butternut Creek Neighborhood Park is adjacent to the BPA Corridor, which will have a regional trail along the entire length. We are including design elements in the BPA corridor as part of the Butternut Creek Neighborhood Park Master Plan, although some of these potential amenities may be phased in over time. This property is mostly open field, and can therefore support uses like a basketball court, multiple picnic shelters, a playground, and a nice open lawn area. The BPA Corridor could support amenities like a bike skills course and dog park. Please see below for the location of the park and the two initial draft concepts.
|Butternut Overall Concept Plan||Butternut Creek Park Master Plan|
Rosedale Parks: The Rosedale Parks Neighborhood Park is a unique and beautiful property, with many mature trees that will be preserved. Therefore, this neighborhood park is envisioned to have meandering paths through the trees, places for quiet picnics, and nature play elements in addition to a picnic shelter, restroom and small playground area. Please see below for location of the neighborhood park and the two initial draft concepts..
|Rosedale Overall Concept Plan||Rosedale Park Concept Plan|
What do you think?
Let us know what you think by sending us an email.