The Whiteford Township Board and Park Manager Doug Donnelly are in the process of updating the township’s five-year parks and recreation greenways plan.
The plan is a requirement, by the state of Michigan, to make the park eligible for specific grants.
Part of the plan requires township officials to seek public input on the plan and the park.
So, here’s your chance to comment on the park. Leave your comments below or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to provide your opinions. The comments will be included in the public comment and public discussion portion of the Five-Year plan that could be adopted by the township board at its March, 2015, meeting.
Sitting high atop the stone at Whiteford Stoneco Community Park today.
– Photo by Doug Donnelly
Eight new trees have been planted along the driveway to Whiteford-Stoneco Community Park. The township board voted recently to move ahead with the project, which is being paid for from donations made to the park over the last few years from residents.
Here’s a look at some of the trails inside the woods at Whiteford-Stoneco Community Park.
The Whiteford Township Board approved some work to be done this summer at the Whiteford Stoneco Community Park. The work, which includes leveling the dirt along the driveway entrance as well as grading the new dirt that was delivered to the park this spring started recently.
The parking lot at the Whiteford Stoneco Community Park is once again become a staging area for some roadwork by the Monroe County Road Commission in Whiteford Township.
All visitors to the park are encouraged to be careful of the surroundings.
The Whiteford Township Board has approved several thousand dollars worth of excavation work at the Whiteford Stoneco Community Park.
The board approved a contract at its June meeting to hire a company to come in and do some work on leveling the dirt along the driveway entrance as well as grading the new dirt that was delivered to the park this spring.