Green Meadow / Westgate

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    Alcoa Begins Work on Duck Pond Improvements

    The City of Alcoa Public Works & Engineering Department announced that construction has officially started at the Duck Pond. Read on...
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    Alcoa Celebrates National Public Works Week

    The City of Alcoa Public Works and Engineering Department, in conjunction with the Alcoa Electric Department is celebrating National Public Works Week (NPWW), May 19-25, 2019 as designated by the American Public Works Association (APWA). Read on...
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A scenic lake with a fountain in the middle and green landscape in the background.
One of the outstanding contributions made by Alcoa Inc. for recreation was the donation of the land for the building of a golf course, which became the Green Meadow Country Club. Located on Louisville Road, the construction of the first nine holes was begun in 1924 and opened for play in the early summer of 1925. Mr. E.F. Ames was the Club’s first president. A new Club House was opened in 1957 and an additional nine holes were completed and opened for play in the late summer of 1958. Still in use today, the Club is now privately owned. Westgate is a relatively newer subdivision near Green Meadow.