improvements planned for cambridge parks and trailsimprovements planned for cambridge parks and trailsimprovements planned for cambridge parks and trails

by:DGT Lighting     2020-03-09
According to a report submitted to the city\'s general committee on Tuesday night, it will be a busy year on city parks and trails.
Urban landscape architect Shane Taylor has developed an ambitious plan for the improvement of 2019 of the municipal parks and trails, which will be implemented this spring.
Top of the city\'s \"to-do\" list is improvements to the West River sidewalk south of the pedestrian bridge, where new LED lighting will replace existing lights, provide better lighting and improve safety
LED lighting will also replace the existing lighting on the Soper Park Trail.
Maple dog park is also being upgraded.
Started work last year to create separate areas for big dogs and puppies to run on separate entrances.
Drainage issues are also being dealt with and more dog waste collection facilities are being provided.
Meanwhile, at the other end of the town, after public consultation, it is planned to build a small playground with benches and small passages in the park up to square south of Miles Road.
This summer, the city will also replace the bridges on three more than 30-year-old mill trails.
The impact of this work on tracking usage is minimal as the contractor will be able to prefabricate most of the components and assemble them quickly on site.
City staff are also working on asset management plans for parks and trails to help plan and budget the maintenance and replacement of furniture and equipment for parks and trails.
Combined with the management plan, the city will also develop a park strategy and overall plan this year.
According to a report submitted to the city\'s general committee on Tuesday night, it will be a busy year on city parks and trails.
Urban landscape architect Shane Taylor has developed an ambitious plan for the improvement of 2019 of the municipal parks and trails, which will be implemented this spring.
Top of the city\'s \"to-do\" list is improvements to the West River sidewalk south of the pedestrian bridge, where new LED lighting will replace existing lights, provide better lighting and improve safety
LED lighting will also replace the existing lighting on the Soper Park Trail.
Maple dog park is also being upgraded.
Started work last year to create separate areas for big dogs and puppies to run on separate entrances.
Drainage issues are also being dealt with and more dog waste collection facilities are being provided.
Meanwhile, at the other end of the town, after public consultation, it is planned to build a small playground with benches and small passages in the park up to square south of Miles Road.
This summer, the city will also replace the bridges on three more than 30-year-old mill trails.
The impact of this work on tracking usage is minimal as the contractor will be able to prefabricate most of the components and assemble them quickly on site.
City staff are also working on asset management plans for parks and trails to help plan and budget the maintenance and replacement of furniture and equipment for parks and trails.
Combined with the management plan, the city will also develop a park strategy and overall plan this year.
According to a report submitted to the city\'s general committee on Tuesday night, it will be a busy year on city parks and trails.
Urban landscape architect Shane Taylor has developed an ambitious plan for the improvement of 2019 of the municipal parks and trails, which will be implemented this spring.
Top of the city\'s \"to-do\" list is improvements to the West River sidewalk south of the pedestrian bridge, where new LED lighting will replace existing lights, provide better lighting and improve safety
LED lighting will also replace the existing lighting on the Soper Park Trail.
Maple dog park is also being upgraded.
Started work last year to create separate areas for big dogs and puppies to run on separate entrances.
Drainage issues are also being dealt with and more dog waste collection facilities are being provided.
Meanwhile, at the other end of the town, after public consultation, it is planned to build a small playground with benches and small passages in the park up to square south of Miles Road.
This summer, the city will also replace the bridges on three more than 30-year-old mill trails.
The impact of this work on tracking usage is minimal as the contractor will be able to prefabricate most of the components and assemble them quickly on site.
City staff are also working on asset management plans for parks and trails to help plan and budget the maintenance and replacement of furniture and equipment for parks and trails.
Combined with the management plan, the city will also develop a park strategy and overall plan this year.
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