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Proposed

Projects 

Tuscaloosa Public Library

Proposed

A one-time capital investment for the Tuscaloosa Public Library to adapt to a 21st century experiential learning environment

McDonald Hughes Center

Proposed

An upgraded and enhanced recreational center located in west Tuscaloosa

Sokol Park

Proposed

A tournament-ready soccer, lacrosse and football complex that competes for events regionally and nationally including additional competitive fields, upgraded lighting, improved pedestrian access, and enhanced connectivity

Bowers Park

Proposed

A tournament-ready baseball and softball complex that competes for events regionally and nationally including additional ball fields, upgraded lighting, increased pedestrian access, and improved connectivity

Snow Hinton Park

Proposed

Upgrades to Tuscaloosa’s most prominent park to enhance the pedestrian and passive park experience

Northern Riverwalk

Proposed

The implementation of Tuscaloosa’s Riverfront Masterplan north of the Black Warrior River

Western Riverwalk

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The continuation of Tuscaloosa’s Riverwalk according to the Riverfront Masterplan south of the Black Warrior River

Phelps Center

Proposed

A recreational center with brand new amenities including a new lap pool, racquetball courts, and upgraded fitness center and a scenic trail overlooking Lake Tuscaloosa

McAbee Senior Center

Proposed

A state of the art activity center for seniors to improve health care outcomes and enhance programming opportunities for Focus on Senior Citizens, including expanded fitness center, new walking track, and accessible lap pool

Tuscaloosa Tennis Center

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Additional indoor and outdoor courts to vastly improve the experience for Tuscaloosa’s citizens and recruit more tournaments

Athletic & Events Center

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A top-tier events center that can be converted to other sporting and meeting spaces

Bama Theatre

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Upgrades to the historic theater to preserve and enhance the educational and economic experiences

Harris-Nicol Water Recreation & Trails

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A national park-caliber water recreation and trails experience attracting thousands of visitors annually

Downtown/University Corridor

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Improvements to pedestrian and bicycle access between downtown Tuscaloosa and The University of Alabama

Project Trinity

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A local match continuing the infrastructure investments for Skyland Boulevard, McFarland Boulevard and I-20/59

Downtown and Riverfront Transit

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Provides rapid and predictable public transportation for downtown, riverfront and tourism events

Workforce Transit

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An expanded transit system connecting people to their jobs

Tuscaloosa National Airport

Proposed

Infrastructure improvements including commercial-ready terminal, runway enhancements, and state-of-the-art public safety facilities to allow operation expansion and future development opportunities

Conference Center

Proposed

A large-capacity venue drawing thousands of visitors annually – resulting in direct and indirect jobs as well as infusing millions of dollars into Tuscaloosa’s experience economy