Funded by the city's General Obligation Bond funding, the new park will become an example of the city's commitment to green space while serving as a model of sustainability, stewardship and resilience.
The 19.4 acre park will incorporate environmental remediation and a central lake. It will include open meadows and informal open field areas, site grading, a pavilion, six tennis courts with restroom facilities, a children’s playground, dog park, boardwalk and pathways. The park will include new security lighting, a vita course and fitness cluster, butterfly garden, linear water feature and parking lot. The park will contain many resiliency improvements, including a stormwater retention system and pervious pavement.
Who to Contact
Neighborhood Affairs Coordinator