The city of Greenfield now has a vision of what Riley Park may look like in the future which could include age-appropriate zones for children and pedestrian parkways.
The Daily Reporter says the city’s parks department is beginning to refine plans for the park so it appeals to all age groups.
A partner from Fortville, Indiana-based Context Design presented concepts to the Greenfield Board of Parks and Recreation.
“There’s a lot of opportunity for pedestrian parkways within your city because of Brandywine Creek,” said Alyssa Prazeau of Context Design. “I think that’s a very important factor while we’re looking at Riley, to make sure that we don’t lose sight of that fact and those connection possibilities.”
The publication says five baseball fields in Riley Park are no longer used by a local youth baseball association, which frees up space for new activities and special areas.
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