Albemarle Road Park
Albemarle Road Park
Albemarle Road Park is a neighborhood Park in the South Park Region of Mecklenburg County. The entrance to Albemarle Road Park is off of W.T. Harris Blvd just south of Albemarle Road. Albemarle Road Park is approximately 21 acres of predominately wooded land with walking trails that is surrounded by Albemarle Road Elementary School, Albemarle Road Middle School and the Albemarle Road Recreation Center. Albemarle Road Park and Albemarle Road Recreation Center are divided by a major road, W.T. Harris Blvd. The Albemarle Road Recreation Center features a full size gymnasium, multipurpose rooms, a kitchen, a meeting room, a nature trail, a multipurpose field and a playground.
Mecklenburg County is working to make improvements to Albemarle Road Park. The Albemarle Road Park Capital Reserve Project will develop a Master Plan and build the first phase of the park. The master plan will outline a long-term vision for the park.
Goals of the Master Plan:
- Identify community needs, wants, desires for the park
- Identify users interested in enjoying the park
- Develop a plan for implementation in phases
- Improve perception, safety, access, visibility and usability of the park
We invite you to help us define the master plan and what the first phase for development should be by participating in the survey questions below and by joining us at a Virtual Public Meeting scheduled for Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 10am.
Find more information on Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Capital Planning projects at: https://www.mecknc.gov/ParkandRec/CapitalProjects/Pages/Default.aspx
The Albemarle Road Park Master Plan has been completed and is ready for your review and comments. . The master plan will be developed in two phases including immediate improvements as well as future amenity expansions. Phase 1 has been funded and is projected to be completed by the end of 2021. Funding to complete the development of the master plan will be requested in the next Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).
Thank you for your participation at the virtual public meeting on Saturday, November 14! If you missed the public meeting, you can still watch the video of the meeting via the link below. The PDF presentation is also available in the documents section at the bottom of this page. We invite you to continue to provide us with your feedback!
Virtual Public Meeting
November 14, 2020 at 10AM
Phase 1 Design & Permitting
Goal Date: Spring 2021 - Spring 2022
Bidding & Construction
Goal: Summer 2022 - Winter 2022