Detailed Park View Field Renovation Plan Released

As most readers know by now, the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) is partnering with the Department of General Services (DGS) to renovate the field and playground at Park View Community Center.  Renovations are scheduled to commence on Monday, April 2, 2012 and be completed in June 2012.

The renovations will include:

  • new playground equipment on rubber safety surface
  • new regulations size basketball court
  • multipurpose athletic field
  • walking track
  • warm up area
  • adult exercise equipment
  • landscaping
  • new site furnishings
  • new shade structures
  • updated field lighting

During the renovations the field, playground and basketball courts will be off-line.

You can also track the project by periodically going to the Department of Parks and Recreation web page for information and site plans (also above) for the project.

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5 Comments on “Detailed Park View Field Renovation Plan Released”

  1. Rebecca Says:

    Hi – do you know if this means the tennis court (my favorite part of the park) is being removed? I don’t see it on the design.

    Thanks.

    • Rebecca Says:

      Please ignore my previous question. I thought these designs were for the Raymond playground. Thanks!
      -Rebecca


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  4. […] the main building re-opens today, the rest of the site is still closed due to the field renovations in progress. They are scheduled to be done by mid-June. As you can see from the photo below, they […]


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