Welcome to 17 Springs

Click the links below to view the 17 Springs Phase I Public Access Plan and Rules of Use.
VIEW THE PUBLIC ACCESS PLAN
VIEW THE PUBLIC ACCESS PLAN
RULES OF USE

The Fields

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The Fieldhouse

COMING SOON
Phase II fly through video

The Marketplace

COMING SOON

The History

In 2017, overlapping conversations between the City of Millbrook, Grandview Family YMCA, Elmore County Board of Education, Elmore County Economic Development Authority, and Elmore County Commission started the journey now referred to as 17 Springs.  The name 17 Springs is rooted in a historic art festival hosted decades ago in the Millbrook community on the YMCA property. Looking for an iconic name for the joint development of recreational, entertainment and retail opportunities, the partnership settled on 17 Springs as the name to serve as its brand. From the basis of 17 Springs, the recreational outdoor area has been dubbed “The Fields at 17 Springs” while the future event center has been named “The Fieldhouse at 17 Springs”. The adjacent commercial areas planned as a dining, hospitality, shopping and entertainment district carries the name “The Marketplace at 17 Springs”.

Development

Commercial Development Information
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GOVERNMENT ENTITIES & PRIVATE SECTOR

17 Springs Partners

This unique project is a result of multiple local government entities and the private sector partnering together to create an entertainment and recreational district. The partnership consists of the City of Millbrook, the Elmore County Commission, the Greater Montgomery YMCA, the Elmore County Board of Education, and the Elmore County Economic Development Authority.