Bicentennial Park

Bicentennial Park

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The commemoration project of Historic Mooresville’s Bicentennial, this Park will ensure the Town’s mission – History Lives - combining the best of small town community life for our residents with exemplary historical preservation and education for our visitors.

With the absence of a town hall or a town museum open to the public to share the rich history of Mooresville on a daily basis, the construction of a “town central” park will serve as a place for residents and visitors to not only rest or gather but to learn about the town through signage, symbolic construction, and horticulture.

Nestled to the west side of the Brick Church, early planning includes a three-dimensional map of the town, landscaping plan to include plants representative to the area, and educational signage detailing the history of Mooresville and its historical buildings.

Historic Mooresville has partnered with Harvey Cotten to create an experience and environment in keeping with historic landscapes.

Bicentennial Park

To become involved in such an exciting project in Historic Mooresville, contact Mike Sprader

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