Riverfront Park redevelopment open house
SPOKANE, Wash. — Join the design team at the open house Tuesday, Oct. 30 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. to discuss the plans for the future of Riverfront Park!
The redevelopment is the plan to update and improve the park for the next generation. The park has ceased to have an upgrade for more than 40 years. But after Spokane citizens approved a $64 million bond to reinvent the park, the construction has been underway.
Tomorrow nights meeting will consist of reviewing concepts for the regional playground, meet the design team from Bernardo Wills, a Q&A portion as well as a time to share feedback.
If you can’t make the open house, there will be an online survey that will be posted after the meeting in order to receive feedback from all.
The redevelopment of Riverfront Park is funded by a voter-approved bond that did not increase taxes. The bond covers the design of public space and grounds, recreational rink and SkyRide facility, U.S. Pavillion, Looff Carrousel and regional playground.
The open house will be meeting in Council Chambers at City Hall.
You can find more information on the redevelopment here.
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