This Week on Carroll Creek: December 12, 2014

Work continues on Carroll Creek Park on the East end of the park including grading, stone work, and shared use paths. Most noticeable on the East end of town, Carroll Creek was drained as a part of the scope of work.  

A Drained Carroll Creek 

A portion of Carroll Creek that flows through town was recently drained as a part of Phase II of the Carroll Creek project.  Repairs and replacement work were necessary where the water normally flows. This work is all part of the overall project that is expanding the Carroll Creek Park improvements. 

From this vantage point, the Delaplaine and East All Saints Street parking garage are in the distance. Construction work is well underway East of these buildings where many of the new park improvements will be made. 

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About the Next Phase of Carroll Creek Park

This next phase of park improvements will include new and widened multi-use paths, landscape planters, lighting, water features and crosswalk improvements. The work will occur primarily between Bentz and S. Market Street and between the Delaplaine Arts Center and East Patrick Street. More than $100M in new and renovated private construction is planned along the new park/path sections which will eventually result in hundreds of new jobs and increased state and local tax revenue.