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This new park will serve residents south of Country Highway 78 and west of Marschall Road. Specific park features will be determined in cooperation with the neighborhood residents but will likely include passive open space and a play area.

Alignment to Community Priorities and Goals

The addition of this park is a part of the city’s plan to ensure that residents have access to one or more parks, trails or greenways within a 10-minute walk of their home.

Timeline

Construction is anticipated to start 2021.

Steps

Who responsible

Date

Neighborhood engagement and concept design

Department of Planning and Development

Fall 2020

Funding

Park development is estimated at $300,000. Funding is anticipated to come from:

  • Park Development Fund

Community Impact

This park will serve residents living south of County Highway 78 and West of Marschall Road.