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Park Projects Update

By the community, for the community, the $ 60 million Parks General Obligation (GO) Bond , approved by Cape Coral voters in 2018, is building new parks, adding amenities to existing parks, and securing the future of Cape Coral. E nhancing facilities and upgrading city functions on an unprecedent- ed scale, the Parks GO Bond is ■ Joe Stonis Park • Permanent corn hole court installed • Tennis/Pickleball courts resurfaced

and relined for two tennis courts or six pickleball courts (including 2 warm-up courts)

funding the development of seven new neighborhood parks, an environmental park, three community parks, including a change in atmosphere at the Yacht Club Community Park, plus improve- ments at several existing facilities. These upgrades will positively impact the quality of life, economic health, and overall resilience in Cape Coral. Four of the new neighborhood parks are expected to break ground this fall, and several projects (highlighted below) have been recently completed with GO Bond funds or through the Parks operat- ing and/or capital expense budget. Recent Project Highlights (Note: GO Bond funded projects are shown in blue) ■ BMX Park • Asphalt parking lot installed at BMX track • Concrete pad poured for BMX staging area · Three clay infields resurfaced ■ Camelot Park • Both parking lots and walking path repaired and repaved • Permanent corn hole court installed • Tennis/Pickleball courts resurfaced and relined for two tennis courts or four pickleball courts ■ Coral Oaks Golf Course • Parking lot repaired, repaved, and relined

■ Koza Saladino Park  • Asphalt replacement and repairs completed on driveway • New playground installed ■ Multi-Sport Complex • Concrete pads and new player benches installed on four softball fields • Sod installation on soccer fields ■ NW Softball Complex • New playground installed • Two 20' pavilions installed with eight new picnic tables • Five clay infields resurfaced ■ Paul Sanborn Park • Permanent corn hole court installed ■ Pelican Baseball Complex • Asphalt repairs, replacement, and extension completed • New playground installed • Four dugout shade structures repaired ■ Pelican Soccer Complex • New 8’ perimeter fence installed • Parking lot repaired, striped,

Coral Oaks Golf Course

Jaycee Park

and wheel stops replaced • Sod restoration of soccer fields 1-3 ■ Rotary Park • Parking lot repaired, sealcoated, and striped ■ Storm Football Complex • LED stadium lighting installed on practice football field

NW Softball Complex

■ Horton Park • Two 20' pavilions installed with eight new picnic tables • Permanent corn hole court installed ■ Jason Verdow Park • Parking lot resealed and restriped • New press box constructed ■ Jaycee Park • Permanent corn hole court installed ■ Jim Jeffers Park • Tennis/Pickleball courts resurfaced and relined for two tennis courts or

■ Giuffrida Park • New perimeter fence and curb installed around playground • Shade structure over

Park Projects Update • www.CapeParks.com four pickleball courts • Sod restoration and repair of soccer fields playground and two new play structures installed 

For more information on Park Projects and the GO Bond , visit www. CapeParks .com

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