May 11, 2021
City Council agreed to purchase the remaining 10-acre property along the Chattahoochee River that is part of the future Cauley Creek Park at its meeting Monday night.
The $4.9 million purchase is funded through the parks bond referendum, which was passed by voters in 2016 to fund development and acquisition of parks and green space.
“The purchase of these 10 acres is the final piece of the puzzle to unify the park property,” said Mayor Bodker. “The City was eager to acquire this valuable piece of property along the Chattahoochee River as it helps complete the overall vision for Cauley Creek Park.”
The first segment of the Cauley Creek Park trail is currently under construction. The rest of the 192-acre park’s construction is anticipated to start in
With this latest land purchase, which now makes seven park land acquisitions, Johns Creek has increased its available park land to more than 400 acres.