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A supplemental Community Meeting on the Capital Crescent Trail Connector Projectwill be held Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at the B-CC Regional Services Center from 7pm - 9pm. For more info and to review the alignment options for the project, click here
On Wednesday, September 16, 2015, please join us at a Public Meeting for the Countywide Park Trails Plan (CWPTP) Amendment to “Tell us what you think!” about the future of trails in Montgomery Parks. We are doing a comprehensive amendment to the plan for all the major park trail systems throughout the County. Help us make our trail system the best it can be! Learn more at ParkPlanning.org.
Pauline Betz Addie Tennis Center in Cabin John Regional Park will be closed through September 30 for major facility renovations, including the installation of central air conditioning. Click here for more info.
Parking at Brookside Gardens for the "Wings of Fancy" exhibit and general garden access may be limited due to ongoing construction. Visit parking alternatives and the Garden Gateway project for more information.
Johnson's Local Park will be closed through September 2015 as part of the Playground Renovation Program. For more information on the playground renovation project and other parks scheduled, click here.
Renovations to portions of Indian Spring Terrace Local Park will take place through September 2015. Visitors are urged to use caution near construction areas. Contact MontgomeryParks.org for further information.
WSSC has a number of projects taking place in parks, including Magruder Branch, Sligo Creek, Rock Creek, Seneca Creek, and Long Branch Stream Valleys. Portions of the Paint Branch Trail between East Randolph and Fairland Roads have restricted access; but detours are available.
Temporary access roads and sewer bypass pipes have been constructed, and trails will be accessible to park patrons. Please use caution around construction sites. Work is expected to continue through 2016. For more information, please visit the WSSC Sewer Repair, Replacement and Rehabilitation Program site or call 301-206-8732.
A portion of the Western Piedmont Trail in Little Bennett Regional Park is closed for construction below Hyattstown Mill where the trail crosses Little Bennett Creek, while a new bridge is being installed. Construction is expected to last up to a year. For more information on park trails, visit MontgomeryTrails.org
Pleasant View Local Park: Improvements to trails, sidewalks and the ballfield will take place through August 2015.
Potomac Community Neighborhood Park: Improvements to the tennis courts, basketball courts and playground will take place through Septemeber 2015. Park access may be temporarily affected by construction.
For more information please visit Accessibility Information for Montgomery Parks.
Portions of the Paint Branch Trail located in Martin Luther King, Jr. Regional Park between Jackson Road and the Billington Road Trail Connector will be closed through October 2015. For more details, please visit MontgomeryTrails.org
Rehabilitation work on the Stone Barn and Carriage House at Woodlawn Park Visitor Center is expected to continue through August 2015. The grounds at Woodlawn Manor House, including the gazebo garden, event tent and Underground Railroad Experience Trail will remain open during construction. Visitors are urged to use caution around construction areas. Click here for additional information.
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Elevated levels of Microcystin, a toxic substance produced by blue-green algae (cyanobacteria), has been detected in Lake Needwood, which can be harmful to pets. For more information, please click here or call 301-495-2595. Click here to download Microcystin Fact Sheet.
NEW! Beginning immediately, you can register for classes, check facility availability and reserve facilities offered by Montgomery Parks AND Montgomery County Department of Recreation using ONE convenient system. Visit www.ActiveMONTGOMERY.org to browse and sign up for available classes and facilities offered by both agencies..
It's time to get your paws on some pawpaws! Meadowside Nature Center will celebrate this delightful native fruit with music, storytelling, crafts, games, face painters, raptor talks, advice on pawpaw cultivation, and a pawpaw tasting station. Both pawpaw fruit and trees will be available for purchase. Learn more!
Families, students, nature lovers, and everyone in between can get an up close look of these brilliant butterflies from North America, Costa Rica, Africa and Asia as they soar among colorful flowers. Learn more about the return of Wings of Fancy Live Butterfly & Caterpillar Exhibit at Brookside Gardens.
Fall is approaching...and we have lots of festivals and events to help you enjoy it! Check out www.MontgomeryParks.org/festivals for a list of the major festivals and events we have planned for September, October and November.
Are you planning a birthday party, reunion, or other event? We have just the location for you! Park Activity Buildings are conveniently located throughout Montgomery Parks, and include kitchen facilities and the interior space to handle events ranging in size from 40 to 180 people. Find photos and floor plans, check availability and reserve your Park Activity Building online now!
Montgomery Parks has completed an Interim Transition Plan to bring the park system into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The plan includes an overview of the park system, identifies barriers to accessibility, and outlines a long-term strategy to remove those barriers. The final transition plan is expected to be submitted by August 2016.
Download 2014 Interim Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan. Visit Accessibility Information for Montgomery Parks for updated information and to provide your comments regarding the plan.
Stay connected with Montgomery Parks through online and social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more. Tell us how we're doing, find our Program Guide and Event Calendar, and several other ways to connect and communicate with Montgomery Parks.