The Connect Stallings Recreation & Greenway Master Plan envisions an interconnected linear park and greenway system that links unique pocket parks, open spaces, waterways, and community assets over 30 miles of trails.
The Town of Stallings recently completed a recreation and greenway planning process to establish vital green spaces and parks to serve its citizens, improve quality of life, and link key community assets.
The Connect Stallings plan is organized according to three planning sections: North, Central, and South. The greenway system is anchored by the “Stallings Spine,” extending through the center of Stallings from Lawyers Road to Colonel Francis Beatty Park.
- CONNECTIVITY: Create a multi-use, greenway trail network that links residential, commercial, civic, and parks and provides a means for alternative transportation.
- PASSIVE RECREATION: Develop passive recreation infrastructure, supportring town goals, community values, and environmental health.
- HEALTH + WELLNESS: Create infrastructure that enhances community wellness as well as physical and social health.
- QUALITY OF LIFE: Ensure and enhance quality of life for current and future Stallings citizens through the provision of an interconnected network of public green space.
- IDENTITY: Effectively develop, brand, and promote Stallings’ greenway and pen space system to further create a sense of place and community identity.
- POISED FOR GRANT FUNDING: Ensure grant competitiveness by adhering to any relevant grant funding guidelines.
The Stallings Spine