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Name a park to be developed in 2022!

Would you like to name a Woodbury park? Now is your opportunity. The Park Lands and Recreational Facilities Naming Advisory Committee is seeking help from the public in identifying potential names of a park planned for development in 2022. Name suggestions for the parkland will be accepted through Sunday, Nov. 14.

Park at Briarcroft Development
The area dedicated as parkland in the Briarcroft Development is located at 10000 block of Arrowwood Trail, south of Bailey Road and east of Woodbury Drive. The surrounding developments include Canvas of Woodbury to the north, Briarcroft to the south and the proposed Air Lake development to the east. Pedestrian access to the site will be via paved paths to the north and south. A vehicular connection from the north and parking lot is planned to be completed as part of the Air Lake development late in 2022. The park elements being considered include a softball field, open lawn/soccer field, basketball court, pickleball court, areas for picnicking, benches, a play structure and native plantings/trees.

How to submit
Participants are asked to submit name suggestions online. Participants must be 18 years old.
Suggestions will be collected and reduced to a short list of finalists for consideration by the Park Lands and Recreational Facilities Naming Advisory Committee, which is comprised of the mayor, mayor pro tem, Planning Commission chair, Parks and Natural Resources Commission chair, a Woodbury Heritage Society representative, city administrator, and Parks and Recreation director.

Finalists will then be presented back to the community for final vote in December. The new park name chosen with the final vote will be announced at a 2022 City Council meeting.

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