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The project logo PLAN to play for Baileywick Park: Public Workshop #1

The project logo PLAN to play for Baileywick Park: Public Workshop #1

Your input and feedback is important to us! The City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department invites you to share your thoughts and ideas during the Baileywick Park planning process. Three park design concepts have been prepared based on the original park master plan and feedback recieved during the situation assessment community preference survey.

Context:

Baileywick Park is an existing 50-acre park located in North Raleigh.

Context Maps

Site:

Many underlying factors influence the potential design and use of Baileywick Park. Natural features and environmental systems shape the way the landscape would be best developed. Existing built features including buildings, utilities, and roads may be preserved, renovated, or removed through the park planning process. This site inventory and assessment is the foundation and beginning point of our park planning process. 

Site Analysis

Design Concepts:

Please review the following three park design concepts, and indicate which you like or dislike and why.

Baileywick Park Master Plan Concept A

* Do you like or dislike Concept A?
Dislike
56%
Like
31%
Neutral
13%
Closed to responses | 172 Responses

Baileywick Park Master Plan Concept B

* Do you like or dislike Concept B?
Dislike
56%
Like
37%
Neutral
8%
Closed to responses | 143 Responses

Baileywick Park Master Plan Concept C

* Do you like or dislike Concept C?
Like
59%
Dislike
31%
Neutral
10%
Closed to responses | 145 Responses

Park Elements:

Please review the images below that portray park elements included in the master plan concepts.

Precedent Images

Precedent Images

Precedent Images

* How important to you and your family are the following park elements in the Baileywick Park Master Plan?
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* How often do you visit Baileywick Park?
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Yearly
I do not visit Baileywick Park
Closed to responses
Is there anything else you'd like to tell us?
Closed for Comments