The Murfreesboro City Council and the Murfreesboro Parks & Recreation Commission will meet in a Special Joint Meeting Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017, at 5:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, to discuss preliminary concept plans for development of the West Park.
The Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department recently held a public open house to discuss the proposed West Park on a 123-acre parcel of land.
The Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department invites the public to an open house to discuss the proposed West Park on a 123-acre parcel of land bordered by Blackman Road, Burnt Knob Road, Veterans Parkway, and I-840 in the Blackman area known as the McDonald Farm property.
The City of Murfreesboro has officially purchased land for a future Blackman area city park. Mayor Shane McFarland stated...
Now that the City of Murfreesboro and the Parks and Rec. Department has narrowed their pick of land for the next new park, the question of how the park will look has arisen.
The Council will review the recreation needs of Murfreesboro and identify potential locations for a proposed West Side park.
City Parks & Recreation administrators will gather to dedicate Gladys Blanton Park, named after the retired school crossing guard who served the community for 45 years.
The group hiked two and half miles to the backcountry campsite to have all things chocolate. Hot chocolate, freshly cooked S'more's and more.
These photos were captured in the Old Fort Park on Thursday during the "Arts in Park" day.
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