Making an impact in our community.
Thanks to the Clay Township Impact Program, Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation is helping improve the community with a focus on parks and public safety. This program will provide benefits for all township residents, schools and businesses and will make our community a better place to live, work and play.
One of the primary initiatives of this program is updating and enhancing existing parks by making them more accessible, safer and available year-round. The Clay Township Trustee and Board Members have been entrusted with making our township a safer and more enjoyable place to live. They have been tasked with providing vital services to our community and this program is an important part of how they serve the residents of our township.
Explore Improvements Coming Soon
The following parks will be closed while under construction for the safety of visitors. Stay tuned for closure details.
We welcome feedback at any time on the proposed plans and throughout this process.
Please fill out the Reimagining Parks Feedback Form below to share your feedback.
Flowing Well Park
Closure April 1 – December 31
We are currently in the planning stages for the improvements coming to Meadowlark Park in 2021. The projected budget for this park’s upgrades is $3.5m. Upgrades are set to include:
– Parking Lot
– Pickleball Courts
– Fishing Pier
We are currently in the planning stages for the improvements coming to West Park in 2021. The projected budget for this park’s upgrades is $6.2m. Upgrades are set to include:
– Splash pad
While under construction, portions of this park will be closed, and no shelter rentals will be available.
River Heritage Park
We are currently in the planning stages for the improvements coming to River Heritage Park in 2021. The projected budget for this park’s upgrades is $3.0m. Upgrades are set to include:
– Parking Lot
White River Corridor
We are currently in planning stages for enhancements along the White River within Carmel, including an expansion of the White River Greenway. This includes the development of funding strategies for a new White River Ecology/Education Center in partnership with Conner Prairie. All proposed projects are closely aligned with the regionally developed White River Plan.
- White River Greenway Expansion
- River Ecology/Education Center
- Parkland Acquisition
Carey Grove Park
Carey Grove Park was reimagined thanks to the Clay Township Impact Program and is now open to the public. Upgrades included two new playground structures, designed by Kompan, year-round restrooms, a larger parking lot, and trails. Take a look back at some of the documents we released throughout the construction process: