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This new neighborhood park will serve residents who are currently without a nearby neighborhood park.

Park improvements to include:

  • Picnic table and grill
  • Natural and hard surface trails
  • Turf lawn area
  • Small parking lot

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.


Construction is anticipated to start in 2020.

Who responsible


Neighborhood engagement and concept design

Department of Planning and Development

Summer 2020

 Neighborhood Meeting  Department of Planning and Development  May 28, 2020


Park development is estimated at $125,000. Funding is anticipated to come from:

  • Park Development Fund

Community Impact

This park will serve residents living north of County Highway 18 and east of County Highway 21.