Park Information

Please report any street light outage in Greenbelt Park directly to CenterPoint by clicking here.

Group Events

While Nottingham Country Municipal Utility District encourages the use of Greenbelt Park by the public, all persons or organizations holding an organized group event consisting of 10 or more people in Greenbelt Park must enter into a Park Use Agreement with the District. Please complete the Event Request Form contained on this webpage at least 30 days prior to your intended event and submit. Upon review, a representative of the District’s Board of Directors will contact you to obtain any additional necessary details regarding your event and to coordinate the execution of a Park Use Agreement. You are NOT authorized to use Greenbelt Park for an organized group event until you have entered into a fully executed Park Use Agreement approved by the District. The District reserves the right to deny any request at their sole discretion due to scheduling conflicts, park maintenance, or otherwise.

Greenbelt Park Event Request Form

Park Rules

Policy Regarding the Use of Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices

In January, 2012 Benjamin Monk completed his Eagle Scout project with the placement of new quarter-mile markers around the 2-mile outside trail in our Greenbelt Park. The main system map shown above is located near the NW park entrance just east of Norwalk. The Board gave a special commendation to Benjamin at the January Board meeting click here to see full Board Resolution.

Phase I improvements to the Nottingham Country Municipal Utility District Greenbelt Park are complete. The 44 acre Greenbelt Park is now home to over 900 trees – 17 different varieties, 2 miles of trails, 8 picnic tables, 5 drinking fountains, 6 park benches, 9 waste receptacles and plenty of open green space. In April 2006, the district installed interior lighting along the asphalt trail. The lights are on timers and are set to come on at 5:00 a.m. turn off at sunrise, come on at sunset and turn off at 10:00 p.m. In addition, the street lighting along the park perimeter has been upgraded from single arm lamps to double arm lamp posts to provide expanded lighting of the perimeter concrete trail. These improvements provide District residents with a high quality park facility while meeting the diverse desires expressed by residents during public meetings.

Park improvements are included in the Capital Improvement Plan, which is the District’s 10 year plan for infrastructure improvements to all District operations. A copy of the plan is posted on this website.