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THREE WAY COMMUNITY GARDEN
Many Three Way residents may enjoy a garden, but do not have the space. Northbrook Church in Three Way provides garden plots for anyone who would like to have one, up to 25′ x 50′. There are some guidelines, but plenty of freedom to enjoy gardening. You may contact the church by phone at 731-824-1993 or drop by Northbrook during office hours Monday – Thursday. Jason Wiles is the coordinator and can be reached at 731-618-1292. Organic and conventional plots are available. If you have an idea for a garden, we’d love to hear about it. Northbrook’s pastor, Chuck Maxwell, would like for everyone to know that this is Northbrook’s gift to our community and one way of stewarding God’s gift to our church.
THE CITY HAS A LEAF COLLECTION AND LIMB PICK-UP SERVICE FOR ALL RESIDENTS
Download Limb Pick-Up Policy
Once you have your leaves or limbs to the curb, CALL CITY HALL at 731-784-7782.
Let them know you are in need of a leaf or limb pickup.
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The City of Three Way has now completed all phases of the Municipal Development Project that began in the Spring of 2009.
August 28, 2012, The Park and Recreation crew worked in preparation for the additional playground equipment to be installed in time for the September 22, 2012 festival.
In June of 2011, playground equipment was added at Pine Hill Park. Two play structures, one for ages 2-5 and another for ages 5-12, were installed. Two swing bays were also included in this project.
Phase II of the Municipal Development Project is complete
This phase includes a city park with walking trail and pavilion. The walking trail has various routes, the outer most route being one-third mile. Decorative lighting is installed along the trail. The pavilion has restrooms, picnic tables, and adjoining grills. The lake at the rear of the park has a fountain. Park benches are placed at various intervals along the walking trail. Additional picnic tables are located at several locations inside the park. A paved drive from Three Way Lane leads to a circle drive with parking.
Phase I of the Municipal development project is complete
This phase includes a 60 ft x 60 ft equipment building to house the city’s street and maintenance trucks, tractors, mowers, and other equipment. The building is centered in a fenced maintenance yard. The entrance to the yard connects to Three Way Lane.