NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Tuesday provided an update on recreation projects in and around the Fifth District, including two newly-completed turf fields.
“The new turf fields at Honeygo Regional Park and Meadowood Regional Park will extend the life of these facilities and serve athletes from around the county,” said Councilman Marks. “In addition to the projects mentioned below, the county continues its robust grass-cutting schedule throughout every recreation council.”
Work has started to replace the grass fields at Perry Hall Park. The county replaced the turf field at Honeygo Park last year. The new field will add 10 years of life to this facility.
In the Parkville area, Baltimore County is de-lipping the two ball diamonds at Pleasant Plains Elementary School this spring. This project is part of Baltimore County’s ongoing diamond maintenance program. At Oakleigh Elementary School, the county fixed the tennis court nets at the school. At Belmont Park, crews recently removed graffiti from one of the pavilions.
In Towson, the county installed a new turf fields at Meadowood Regional Park, rebuilt diamond #2 at Stoneleigh Elementary School last last year and repaired the tennis court netting at the school.