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Posted on: January 25, 2021

Stonehaven Master Plan

architectural drawing of Stonehven Park

Stonehaven Park is 15 acres comprised of three tracts within the Stonehaven subdivision. Tract A is the area at the south end of the park downstream from the Bayer Pond. Tract B is the main body of the park including the pond. Tract C is the area at the north end of the park. In 2020, the parkland was deeded to the City.

The primary feature of the Park is the 3-acre pond, and the concept developed by a local consultant focused on the amenities to respond to that amenity. The design included a paved multi-use perimeter trail around the pond, three picnic shelters, a restroom, fishing docks, benches, signage, vehicular parking, and landscaping. The plan proposed access to the sanitary sewer lift station and stormwater treatment facility on the north side of the Park on a shared maintenance access and trail route along the east side of the pond.

Currently, the developer is constructing the infrastructure for the first phase of Stonehaven Development and Stonehaven Park. The first phase includes the construction of a multi-use path along Amherst Avenue, the sanitary sewer lift station, stormwater BMPs and spillway improvements, a maintenance access route to the lift station, and a portion of the Stonehaven Park trail. Upon completion of this phase, a complete loop trail will be constructed around the pond.

For more information and to review the draft master plan document, visit

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