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Parks and Recreation

Stoney Creek Park is located in the Northtown Park subdivision and offers barbeque pits, ADA-compliant picnic tables, a soccer field, a sand volleyball court, a dirt bike (mountain bike) trail, and a pergola for family gatherings.

Smaller parks are located in the Meadow Pointe and Wildflower subdivisions. These two parks are connected by a beautiful hike and bike trail that meanders though the large greenbelt area adjacent to these neighborhoods.

All of the district's parks feature playscapes for youngsters to enjoy. Additional park areas are planned in the developing sections of the district.

The newest facilities in the district, in the Brookfield subdivision, are owned and operated by that neighborhood's homeowners association. These amenities include a beautiful pool and environment-friendly wet ponds that complement the natural aspects of the greenbelt areas. Access may be restricted to HOA members and their guests only.

The district is currently developing its largest park, approximately 50 acres, north of the creek and adjacent to Brookfield. Amenities include new ponds, more hike and bike trails, dog parks, soccer fields, a pavilion with restrooms, a disc golf course, and more.

Park Rules

Park hours: Dawn to Dusk

No motorized vehicles.
No alcoholic beverages or glass containers.
Dogs must be on leash.

Full details and additional restrictions are covered in the District's complete ORDER ESTABLISHING RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING PARKS AND RECREATIONAL FACILITIES AND GREENBELT, INCLUDING WET POND FACILITIES ("Park Rules").
Reward
The Northtown Municipal Utility District offers a reward of up to $500 for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of anyone vandalizing or otherwise committing a crime against District property, including parks and park fixtures, signs, and utility facilities. The Northtown MUD will prosecute any person identified as engaging in criminal activity on or against any District property. The District will also seek restitution and damages, including the cost of any reward(s) paid, from any person convicted of damaging District property.
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