Master Plan Project

In early 2019, Hartsville/Trousdale County was awarded a $20,000 Built Environment grant from the TN Dept of Health.  These grants aim to increase access to safe and publicly-accessible places that provide opportunities for physical activity for a diverse group of users, including those who live, visit, work, play, worship, and learn in the community.  It was decided to use the funds to create a Master Plan for the Hartsville City Park Complex.  The Final Master Plan was approved by the Parks and Recreations Committee on February 10, 2020. The Plan will be used to improve the park in three phases over a span of ten plus years, and will also be used in support of grant applications to fund the improvements.

On June 9, 2021, the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation announced that Trousdale County had been awarded a 2020 Local Parks and Recreation Fund Grant  to install inclusive play equipment for children who have mobility issues or who are Autistic inside Trey Park, to widen the ADA parking spaces and crosswalks and to replace and extend the sidewalk to join the pavilion inside Trey Park. The budget estimate for the project is $188,304.34. The grant will pay for 50% of the project cost, leaving the County paying the remaining 50% for a cost of $94,152.17. To view the PowerPoint presentation, click here. To view video for the second public meeting held to discuss the grant application, click here.

    Final Master Plan 2-10-2020 - Copy (2)