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Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center

Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center Quality of Life  Project PDF Overview This project is for capital improvements to the Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center located near Tom Brown Park.  The Animal Service Center provides care and veterinary services for stray or rescued animals throughout the County.  The Animal Service Center also works with community partners to facilitate pet adoptions and to increase spay and neutering of the pet population.  The capital improvements funded through this project will ensure that the Animal Service Center continues to provide excellent care to our pets for many years to come. N Funding for renovations and maintenance of the animal shelter.     N Possible improvements may include: Kennel and holding facilities replacement Floor repairs Expansion of veterinary facilities Other building improvements as identified. N Estimated Cost: $7 million See Interactive Map Quality of Living Projects Economic Development Livable Infrastructure For Everyone (L.I.F.E.) Projects Water Quality and Stormwater Improvements Alternative Sewer Solutions Study Operating Costs for Parks Built with Penny Sales Tax Funds Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center Lake Lafayette and St. Marks Regional Linear Park Northeast...

Lake Lafayette and St. Marks Regional Linear Park

Lake Lafayette and St. Marks Regional Linear Park Quality of Life  Project PDF Overview This project links 7,200 acres of public recreation lands east of Capital Circle Southeast. The construction of a boardwalk spanning the lake north of Apalachee Regional Park provides unprecedented access to the unique Lower Lake Lafayette wetlands. Ecosystem restoration will be achieved through stream restoration, stormwater retrofit, and exotic/invasive plant management on the public lands. Finally, this project conducts a critical analysis of the floodwaters generated in the St. Marks and Lafayette basins with the potential to provide flood insurance relief to property owners east of Chaires Cross Road.    N Links 7,200 acres of public recreation lands east of Capital Circle Southeast.  N Ecosystem restoration. N Stormwater studies which may provide flood insurance relief to property owners. N Estimated Cost: $15.8 million N Trail Improvements include: Off-road trails from Upper Lake Lafayette to St. Marks Headwaters Boardwalk across the lake from the Apalachee Regional Park to the Lower Lake Lafayette wetlands Goose Creek Trailhead and link to Nusbickel site Trailhead enhancements in the St. Marks Headwaters include parking, canoe launching and educational features. See Interactive Map Quality of Living Projects Economic Development Livable Infrastructure For Everyone (L.I.F.E.) Projects Water Quality and Stormwater Improvements Alternative Sewer Solutions Study Operating Costs for Parks Built with Penny Sales Tax Funds Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center Lake Lafayette and St. Marks Regional Linear Park Northeast...

Northeast Park

Northeast Park Quality of Life  Project PDF Overview The Northeast Park is 100-acre parcel located at the corner of Proctor Road and Thomasville Road, of which 55 acres are anticipated to hold activity-based facilities (playground and activity fields).  The remaining 45 acres of the park are anticipated to be set aside as a passive park (trails and greenspace).  This project could also include the realignment and paving of Proctor Road within the confines of the park site.  Additionally, a northbound turn lane would need to be added on Thomasville Road to facilitate traffic flow into the park. N Possible improvements may include: Active Park (55 acres): Baseball and multi-purpose fields Playground Amenities such as concession/restroom facilities, sidewalks, lighting, etc. Passive Park (45 acres): Greenways Hiking and biking trails. N Park design and amenities to be determined through community input. N Estimated Cost: $10 million See Interactive Map Quality of Living Projects Economic Development Livable Infrastructure For Everyone (L.I.F.E.) Projects Water Quality and Stormwater Improvements Alternative Sewer Solutions Study Operating Costs for Parks Built with Penny Sales Tax Funds Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center Lake Lafayette and St. Marks Regional Linear Park Northeast...