History of Mace Park
River Ranch Subdivision submitted to the City. Requesting 255 units. Due to anticipated traffic volumes ITD and ACHD required the development to take access from the signal at Island Woods Way and closure of Mace Road.
As part of the development review process the City of Eagle Park, Pathway and Recreation Commission requested the following improvements for the park:
- Paved Parking
- ADA Parking and Curbing
- Striping and signage
- Improved access to SH-55 (Eagle Road)
- Garbage containers
- Pedestrian bridge over streams internal to the site
- Additional considerations:
- Dog Off-leash area
- Public Restrooms
Through the approval process for Mace River Ranch the City was offered 3.2-acres of park land for a Memorial Park including a shelter, restroom, parking (15 stalls), and greenbelt/ sportsman’s access. The development agreement and approval documents retain the access point at Eagle Road SH-55 as an emergency services access point and park access contingent that the connection to residential properties/development is restricted.