The City of New Bern is undertaking a project to rebuild Stanley White Recreation Center, a staple for families in our community for decades.
An essential element to this initiative is public input to determine the style of the center, necessary amenities, and how we can equip the new Stanley White to be a recreation center of the future.
We need your help - take our survey here!
Have questions or comments about the project? CLICK HERE to email us. We look forward to hearing from you!
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Stanley White Recreation Center - Conceptual Design - Committee Presentation (2-2-2021)
|Committee Members:||Ex-Officio Members|
|Leander Morgan, Jr.||2nd Ward Alderman/Alderwoman|
|Talina Massey||Director of Parks & Recreation|
WHAT IS THIS PROJECT?
The Stanley White Recreation Center is a key part of the history and "story" of the Duffyfield area of New Bern. It's presence has been sorely missed since it was substantially damaged during Hurricane Florence in 2018. The City is excited to launch the planning efforts to rebuild the facility! The project is in the early stages of Design and Programming and we need your help to understand the needs of the community.
WHO IS DEVELOPING THE PROJECT?
The City of New Bern Parks and Recreation Department is managing the project. The City has contracted with the Architecture/Engineering Firm, CPL, to lead Public Involvement and Design of the new facility. The Board of Aldermen have appointed the Stanley White Recreation Center Advisory Committee to advise the Design Team during project development.
WHAT IS THE PROJECT SCHEDULE? Click here for FULL SCHEDULE.
The Project schedule is shown below. It is broken into two phases:
Phase 1. August through October
Public Engagement - During this process, the City will engage the public to determine "what goes in" the new building.
Phase 2. October through January (2021)
Programming and Schematic Design - During this process, the City will refine the priorities defined during the Public Engagement process and determine estimated costs.
For more information about this project, contact Foster Hughes, Director of Parks and Recreation at (252)639-2901.