Current Projects

 

Sidewalk Projects    The Town of Jamestown adopted a Comprehensive Pedestrian Transportation Plan that includes several sidewalk projects. The most current projects are listed here. Please click here to view the complete plan. Click here to view the Town's overall Land Development Plan.

     
East Fork Pedestrian Bridge Project     Jamestown staff has been working with NCDOT and the High Point Metropolitan  Planning Organization to plan and fund the construction of a pedestrian/bike bridge that will connect the existing sidewalk on East Fork Road to the Greenway trails that cross East Fork Road near the Jamestown Golf Course. The project will be jointly funded with Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), State Department of Transportation (NCDOT), and Town funds to construct this important "connector" for the bike and pedestrian traffic on East Fork Road. Click here to view a summary of the sidewalk projects.
 
 
Lydia Trail/East Main Street Sidewalk Project Jamestown staff have also been working with NCDOT and the High Point Metropolitan Planning Organization to plan and fund the construction of a pedestrian/bike sidewalk trail that will connect the existing sidewalk on East Main St. at the Jamestown United Methodist Church near Teague Dr. to existing sidewalks near Yorkleigh Lane. The project will serve to connect bike and pedestrian traffic from downtown Jamestown to GTCC and the YMCA. Click here to view a summary of the sidewalk projects.
     
Oakdale Road Sidewalk (phased) Project    Jamestown staff has requested Federal Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) funding to provide a walking and biking route from neighborhoods off Oakdale Road to downtown Jamestown businesses. The large project is divided into 3 phases: Main Street to the railroad tracks (complete), tracks to Chimney Court, and then on to Jamestown Oaks. All 3 phases are subject to funding availability and are spread out over several budget years. Click here to view a summary of the sidewalk projects.
     

Jamestown Park Historically, Jamestown Park and Golf Course has been an extremely busy public park facility servicing the community, and area youth, offering soccer, baseball, golf, walking trails and picnic shelters.

 

 

Jamestown Park’s 50,000 annual visitors additionally provide commerce to Jamestown businesses and restaurants.  The Park is a vital part of the community and enhancement of its facilities will afford us the opportunity to continue to provide important recreational opportunities to its citizens.

 

Area youth have utilized our complex to hone athletic skills that have played a strong role in them securing athletic scholarships to universities nationwide in golf, baseball, and soccer. Civic groups, church groups, and many charities continue to utilize our facilities to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars in fundraising efforts that benefit many organizations and individuals alike.

 

The Town of Jamestown conducted a Golf Course Funding Survey in 2009-2010, where 65-70% of respondents supported improving and enhancing Park facilities.  The survey’s intent was to help the Town and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee (PRAC) determine what park facilities were in need of improvement and to gauge the level of support town residents had for such a project.  Of the responses, approximately 65-70% of respondents was supportive of the Town improving and enhancing Park facilities, specifically, tees, greens, and baseball field complex.

 

Clubhouse Renovation        The renovation of the Club House has been completed. a soft opening was held on September 3, 2016 with a Grand Re-opening to be held in October.

 

Greens Renovation       Lester George of, George Golf design, Inc. was retained to perform the design work and provide  detailed plans, specifications, and bid documents. The greens renovation has been completed.

     
Major Initiatives The Town of Jamestown in June of 2015 approved an updated Capital Improvement Program to forecast expenditures. Click here to view the major initiatives for the year.