Williams Mill Greenspace has reopened to the public following the recent closure due to the Friendship Road Sewer Project. Work continues on the project, and further temporary closures may be necessary. Citizens will be notified in advance of any closures.
Reopening of Williams Mill Greenspace delayed as sewer project continues
The reopening of Williams Mill Greenspace has been delayed due to the continuation of work on the Friendship Road Sewer Project. Hall County Government will notify the public once the park has reopened.
10/9/23 ORIGINAL RELEASE:
Williams Mill Greenspace scheduled to close for sewer project work
Williams Mill Greenspace in Flowery Branch is scheduled to temporarily close to the public beginning Monday, Oct. 9 to Sunday, Oct. 22 while work continues on the Friendship Road Sewer Project.
“This project is a major undertaking and an integral piece of the Hall County Strategic Plan and Master Sewer Plan that will bring sewer service to thousands of residents in the area,” Hall County Public Works Director Bill Nash said.
The trail system leading into Williams Mill will also be closed to the public while the work is in progress.
Guests who frequent Williams Mill Greenspace are encouraged to visit Cherokee Bluffs Park, located a mile west of Williams Mill. Cherokee Bluffs has several amenities to enjoy, including its own trail system, a dog park, a playground and historic features.
“The Friendship Road Sewer Project will be ongoing with completion anticipated in the fall of 2024,” Nash said. “Williams Mill Green space will continue as part of the project, with additional temporary closures to be expected as the project reaches new phases and milestones throughout the next year.”