Meer crews will replace broken fixtures with more efficient LED lighting, add power outlets, update electrical panels, replace exhaust fans and more, according to city officials.
A total of $3.25 million in renovations is planned for the 11-acre park and funded through a $29.5 million parks bond approved by voters in November 2021.
The renovation plans are being designed by Dix.Hite + Partners. The firm was awarded the design contract at a cost of $336,500 during an August council meeting.
“Once the design is approved by mayor and council, engineered/construction drawings will be prepared and a (request for proposals) issued for construction,” Assistant City Administrator James Drinkard said Thursday via email.