- Parks & Recreation
- Harvey Park Greenway Plan
Harvey Park Greenway Plan
The City applied for and was awarded Transportation Alternatives Program grant funds to begin the development and future construction of the new Harvey Park Greenway as part of the City’s adopted our Bicycle and Greenway Plan. This 1.3 miles paved greenway will connect Harvey Park (on Miles Johnson Parkway) to Wilkes Lane, allowing access to retail areas and various neighborhoods including Autumn Ridge, The Arbors at Autumn Ridge, Belshire Village, Shannon Glen and Tanyard Springs. The project will include potential bridges or elevated walkways, additional amenities needed for a safe and aesthetic greenway, crosswalks, and signage while preserving and protecting natural vegetation along the pedestrian corridor. Construction is tentatively set to begin by September 2023 and the project will be completed by September 2025.
This is the Environmental CE document for Harvey Park Greenway approved by TDOT and approved by FHWA. With this approval, the City will now move into the design phase.
Harvey Park Greenway Phase I Public Meeting
Civil engineering consultants to the City of Spring Hill, CT Consultants, will present conceptual design information for the Harvey Park Greenway, Phase 1 project on September 22, 2020 at 7:00 P.M. Due to COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines, the meeting will be held remotely via RingCentral and can be accessed online at .
The meeting will include a brief presentation by the design team and provide the public an opportunity to provide comments regarding this project as well as potential impacts to environmental or historical resources. Representatives of the City and members of CT Consultants will be available to provide information on various aspects of this proposed project. The presentation materials include design details and aerial plan imagery depicting the conceptual alignment of the greenway project along the Phase 1 corridor from Harvey Park to Wilkes Lane as well as the latest project schedule. Ample opportunity for discussion and questions and answers will be provided. Anyone with questions regarding the meeting should contact:
Missy Stahl, CMFO
City of Spring Hill
Senior Project Manager
P.O. Box 789
Spring Hill, TN 37174
931.486.2252 ext 202
The design team is dedicated to collecting as much of your input as possible and applying it to our projects during these early phases of the project. The initial public comment/survey period will end on October 31, 2020.