Kiwanis Park Improvements
- Five Points
- Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources (Lead)
- Kirwan Architecture
The project is currently in the design phase. The 30 percent design was presented to Parks Recreation and Greenway Advisory Board on April 20. Staff and the consultant team will continue to refine the design and move toward construction documents, permitting, and ultimately bidding.
The planned improvements to Kiwanis Park are the latest phase in the parks revitalization. The community center will be renovated to accommodate recreation staff and increased programs. The existing shelter, comfort station, playground, and signage will be replaced with new structures that meet current design, safety, and access standards. Input from the community will be gathered by the consultant team selected to lead the project through design and construction administration.
|June 2, 2016||Qualifications Due|
|January 5, 2016||Public Meeting at Kiwanis Park Community Center|
|February 9, 2016||Public Meeting at Kiwanis Park Community Center|
|Winter 2016 - Fall 2017||Design and Permitting|
|January 2018 - Spring 2019||Bidding and Construction|
Kiwanis Park, located at 2525 Noble Road, was deeded in 1955 and constructed shortly thereafter. The 2,400 square foot neighborhood center houses a meeting room, warming kitchen, restrooms, offices, and storage. Other park amenities include a small playground, two regulation basketball courts, a comfort station/shelter combination, baseball field, and two multi-purpose fields. The total park site is 29.5 acres and includes access to the Crabtree Greenway. A portion of the park lies in the floodplain of Crabtree Creek, and is bounded by Joyner Elementary School and a mix of residential housing types.