Prospect Hill Park will close for improvements starting Monday, April 8, and when it reopens next year, it will contain ADA compliant paths and new gathering spaces that will allow more people to enjoy the park along with other upgrades.
New signage will tell the history of Prospect Hill, and new plantings will include a net gain of 47 trees as well as native plants and grasses to attract pollinators. New safety measures like lighting in the park and traffic calming measures in the streets around the park are also included.
Over the past 15 years, we’ve renovated two-thirds of our parks and always look for opportunities to add more open space, whether as small pocket parks like Symphony Park or larger spaces like ArtFarm.
To learn more about the Prospect Hill Park Project, and for progress reports on the construction, please visit the project’s page on the City website.