Robby Bryant of HDR design firm will present the plan to the Canton City Council during its meeting at 6 p.m. at Canton City Hall.
Earlier this year, three conceptual designs for the future park at the end of Brown Industrial Parkway off Highway 20 were presented to city leaders.
The park, which is estimated to cost $7 million, will include baseball and softball fields, multi-use fields and tennis and basketball courts.
The project is long awaited by residents who want more active parks in the city, as well as by dog owners who still are without a city park to which they can bring their pets.
An area in each design was also designated for a dog park, said Councilwoman Pat Tanner, who had reviewed the designs.
The park will be paid for with a portion of the $90 million Cherokee County parks bond.