Future Town Projects
Sturgeon Creek Park (S Navassa Road)
The currently undeveloped Sturgeon Creek Park is intended to serve as Leland’s second water access park. With more than 78 acres, this park has the potential to become a destination facility both locally and regionally for sportsman and water lovers wishing to gain access to Sturgeon Creek and the Brunswick River. Sitting on Sturgeon Creek, the focus for this facility will be boating access from a NC Fish and Wildlife boat ramp as well as environmental education, preservation, and nature based activities. Town Council adopted the Master Plan at their February 2020 regular meeting. Next steps for the project will be to move forward with engineering when additional funding is available.
Cypress Cove Park Improvements
A project to construct a direct access road into Cypress Cove Park from Village Road and to make improvements to the park entrance and parking areas. Currently in the engineering design phase.
A project to construct a multi-use path connecting Westgate Nature Park to Brunswick Nature Park, which is owned and operated by Brunswick County. Currently in the planning stage.
Brunswick Village Blvd. Extension Paving & Kay Todd Road Multi-Use Path
A project to extend Brunswick Village Blvd. in Brunswick Forest to help serve the developing areas within Brunswick Forest and along Kay Todd Road. The scope of the project includes installation of stormwater catch basins, three stormwater ponds, installing Multi-Use Path along Kay Todd Road, and paving Brunswick Village Blvd Extension from Kay Todd Road to Hewett-Burton Road. Design plans and contract documents are being finalized. Anticipated construction bid advertisement Winter 2022.
Baldwin Drive Improvements
A project to improve Baldwin Drive from Navassa Road to Lee Drive. The scope of the project includes widening and paving of Baldwin Drive, stormwater improvements, sidewalks, and improve Lake Drive. Initial scoping and kickoff with Town Staff.