Mountain Creek Park - Catawba County, NC
The proposed Mountain Creek Park is a 589-acre tract of undeveloped land situated on Mountain Creek next to Lake Norman. It is located in the Sherrills Ford Community just off of Little Mountain Road in southeastern Catawba County. It was created through a public-private partnership between Catawba County, the Catawba Lands Conservancy, Duke Energy and Crescent Resources. There are two conservations easements that cover the entire acreage which restricts the development of the proposed park to exclusively passive outdoor recreation opportunities.
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Mountain Creek Park News:
We want to give you another opportunity to comment on the proposed draft plans for Mountain Creek Park. The design plan builds on public input received from previous forums and surveys coordinated in collaboration with Mountain Creek Plan consultant Wirth & Associates. The public forum will be held at Sherrills Ford Elementary School, … Read more
Please join us to view and comment on the proposed plans for Mountain Creek Park. The design plan builds on public input received from previous forums and surveys coordinated in collaboration with Mountain Creek Plan consultant Wirth & Associates. The forum will be held at Sherrills Ford-Terrell Fire and Rescue Base, located at … Read more
The Survey is closed and Public Input Forums have been held to gather your wishes for the Park Design. We had 104 people attend the forums, and 632 people taking surveys–representing around 1,800 family members. This is great participation! Thanks for your help; we got a lot of good ideas from … Read more
The Mountain Creek Park Public Input Design Survey will close on Tuesday, November 15th. The survey will take about 5-minutes to complete and will allow your ideas and preferences to be considered in the Master Plan for the park. It has multiple-choice questions on activities, demographic information needed for grants, … Read more
Thanks to everyone who was able to attend the Public Input Forums. We received valuable information and public participation in the preliminary design process. One-hundred four people attended the Public Input Forums held October 19, 2016 at Sherrills Ford Elementary School, and October 25, 2016 at the Catawba County Government … Read more