New Park to Come for McKinney

City leaders welcome input from residents

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    The McKinney Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department will have their second public input meeting to discuss plans for a 101-acre community park Thursday, Sept. 22.

    McKinney city leaders are putting plans into motion to build a new park.

    The McKinney Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department will have their second public input meeting to discuss plans for a 101-acre community park Thursday, Sept. 22.

    They want to build the 101-acre park south of Wilson Creek and east of Gray Branch road. City leaders haven’t said how much it will cost the city to build the park though.

    Residents can weigh in on it at the meeting tomorrow at 6 p.m. in the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department offices in Carey Cox Memorial Park.

    McKinney is considered one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, with a current population of 131,00 people.

    Carey Cox Memorial Park
    1611 North Stonebridge Dr. in McKinney
    972-547-2644