Community Invited To Bond Park Ribbon Cutting Ceremony May 23
Bond Park is about to reopen with a new look. At 3 p.m. on Thursday, May 23, the public is invited to join Estes Park Mayor Bill Pinkham, Town Trustees, staff and contractors for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the completion of this phase of the Bond Park redevelopment project. The work in Bond Park include the addition of seat walls and a widened sidewalk along Elkhorn Avenue, a new southwest entry pavilion and extensive landscaping.
The current redevelopment in Bond Park includes some features outlined in phase five of the Bond Park Master Plan. In 2009, the Town initiated a public process to redesign Bond Park to make it a more user-friendly space for residents and visitors. The resulting Master Plan divides Bond Park’s redevelopment into six possible phases that the Town can consider and complete as funding becomes available. Construction began in 2011 with significant infrastructure improvements and the reconstruction of the 100-block of MacGregor Avenue and Park Lane to accommodate special event tents, as outlined in phases one and three of the Master Plan. Later this year, the Town will facilitate another public process to determine which additional elements of the Bond Park Master Plan will be implemented as part of the phased redevelopment.
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