Public Input Needed for Park Improvements

Community Meetings for Flowing Well, Carey Grove and Meadowlark Parks

Carmel, Ind. (October 31, 2019) – Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) will host community meetings for Flowing Well, Carey Grove and Meadowlark Parks. These three parks will receive much-needed updates in 2020 as part of the Clay Township Impact Program. CCPR values input and is seeking public participation through this interactive process.

CCPR staff and project consultants will present proposed improvements with sketches and schematic designs for each park. There will be plenty of time for open feedback and discussion.

“Several of our parks have served the community well over the last 20 or so years. Now is the time to focus on how we can update and reimagine our parks to serve residents for years to come,” said CCPR Director Michael Klitzing. “These upcoming public meetings provide opportunities to connect to our community and consider feedback from residents.”

  • Flowing Well Park – Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 6:30 p.m.

Community Meeting to be held at Wilfong Pavilion in Founders Park; 11675 Hazel Dell Parkway.

  • Carey Grove Park – Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 6:30 p.m.

Community Meeting to be held at Wilfong Pavilion in Founders Park; 11675 Hazel Dell Parkway.

  • Meadowlark Park – Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 6:30 p.m.

Community Meeting to be held at Monon Community Center East in Multipurpose Room C; 1235 Central Park Drive East.

To learn more about how CCPR is reimagining parks, visit Information regarding the Clay Township Impact Program may be found at

About Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation

Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) holds the Gold Medal Award for Excellence in Park and Recreation Management by the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration (AAPRA) in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) for parks serving populations of 75,001 to 150,000. As an accredited agency, the department serves the recreation, fitness and nature needs of the community, manages and develops existing spaces and resources and creates a sustainable future for parks and recreation programs through a financially viable and environmentally conscious parks system. CCPR manages and maintains more than 500 park acres and numerous recreation facilities, including the Monon Community Center and The Waterpark. In addition, CCPR has partnered with Carmel Clay Schools to establish Extended School Enrichment (ESE), a before and after-school care program for K-6 students located at all eleven Carmel elementary schools. The Summer Camp Series is a component of ESE that offers 12 different summer camps accommodating children ages 5-15. For more information, visit


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