Meadowbrook Park Re-Imagination

The City of Arlington has developed a Master Plan for Meadowbrook Park, Arlington’s first park that opened in 1924. In advance of the centennial celebration in 2024, Arlington Parks and Recreation contracted with Kimley-Horn and Associates in the preparation of the master plan.

The existing park is approximately 52 acres, inclusive of the park, golf course, and Eunice Activity Center.  The final amenities for the park were determined by the City, consultant, stakeholder groups, and public through facilitated meetings, illustrated on the concept plan, and programmed into the final document. The scope of work for Kimley-Horn and Associates included physical site inventory and base map preparation, research history of park, research of comparable facilities, opportunities and constraints diagram, proposed programmatic plan, master plan development, stakeholder/public meetings, cost estimate and phasing diagram, and implementation plan.

The phase-1 development portion of the project includes the construction of an all-inclusive destination playground. The playground is tentatively scheduled to open in fall 2024 to coincide with the centennial celebration.

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The mission of the Arlington Parks and Recreation Department is to provide quality facilities and services that are responsive to a diverse community and sustained with a focus on partnerships, innovation and environmental leadership.


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