Brookhaven, GA, December 2, 2016 – The Post Reports – The City of Brookhaven is hosting a public input session to allow participation in formulating a Master Plan for Brookhaven Park. While the park has not been transferred over to the City from DeKalb County as of yet, City Leaders tell The Post the transfer is imminent for at least the rear parcel, which according to Brookhaven’s GIS mapping site, is plus or minus 10 acres. They are anticipating the transfer to take place relatively soon and want to get out in front of planning the park.
According to the City, this Master Planning effort will focus on the back parcel, while the front parcel of Brookhaven’s most centrally located parkland that contains the DeKalb County Service Center, remains a work in progress. Efforts are still underway to bring the front parcel under City ownership as soon as possible, although it will likely continue to be a slower process.
The Brookhaven Park Master Planning input meeting will take place Saturday, Dec. 10, from 10 a.m. to noon at Lynwood Recreation Center located at 3360 Osborne Road (See Map Below). Bring your ideas and suggestions.