Grow. Plan. Play.

Help Shape the Future of Johns Creek’s Newest Parks

 
The Johns Creek City Council approved the following Parks Design Concepts for the City's five newest parks: Cauley Creek; Technology Park Linear Park; and the pocket parks at Morton Road, State Bridge, and Bell/Boles.

Public involvement is key to the success of this new park design project and citizen input will continue help to guide the planning process. Share your ideas by emailing us at parkdesign@johnscreekga.gov
 

Provide your input at parks design meetings in May

Plan to attend parks design meetings to provide final input on proposed designs and meet architects. View the parks design meetings details here.
 

Approved Parks Design Concepts

(Approved by City Council Oct. 10, 2016)
 

Cauley Creek Park

Cauley Creek Preliminary MP
Cauley Creek Park Overall Field Layout
Cauley Creek Park Traffic Study
Cauley Creek ESA Report
 

State Bridge Road Pocket Park

State Bridge Pocket Park Document 1
State Bridge Pocket Park Document 2
 

Morton Road Pocket Park

Morton Road Pocket Park A
Morton Road Pocket Park
 

Bell / Boles Pocket Park

Bell Boles Pocket Park Document 1
Bell Boles Pocket Park Document 2
 

Technology Park Linear Park

Johns Creek Linear Park - Conceptual Master Plan
Johns Creek Linear Park Collage A
Johns Creek Linear Park Collage B
Johns Creek Linear Park Collage C

Parks

Cauley Creek Park


The 133-acre property is located in the eastern half of the city adjacent to the Rogers Bridge Trail and the proposed Rogers Bridge connection to over the Chattahoochee River to Duluth.  The site is mostly undeveloped except for a non-operational water reclamation facility. 
 

Technology Park Linear Park


The 20-acre property is located adjacent to Medlock Bridge Road, stretching between Johns Creek Parkway and East Johns Crossing. 

City Pocket Parks

Pocket parks are small parks at typically 4 acres or less.  They are designed to serve nearby neighborhoods,have limited facilities, and limited parking.

Morton Road: Morton Road Park is a four-acre pocket park purchased by the City in June 2015. 
State Bridge Park: State Bridge Park is an undeveloped four-acres of property located on State Bridge Road south of Camberbridge Drive. The future neighborhood park is wooded and some preliminary work has been done to delineate a perimeter trail.
Bell/ Boles Park: The pocket park at the roundabout at Bell and Boles roads totals 2.5 acres. As part of the roundabout construction project, the park site was leveled, sodded and landscaped in preparation for future development.