The intersection improvement at Grayson Parkway and Rosebud Road continues this month with the movement of utilities. Trees at the corner are being removed to make room for turning lanes. The trees will be replaced with indigenous inventory when the city finalizes the new park plans. Gwinnett DOT predicts 6 to 9 months to complete the intersection project.
Phase I of Grayson’s new park plan begins at the end of June with a new parking lot next to city hall that is scheduled to be completed by August. The high-tech paving system will allow for stormwater control in what is one of the lower sections of the city.
Phase II, the “ampavilion” project, is in the site planning phase. Phase III will include better connectivity to these additions, creating an indigenous and long-lasting canopy, and upgrades throughout the rest of the park.
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