The Community Recreation Department maintains a 5 Year Capital Improvement Matrix to budget for the replacement, enhancements or renovations of its existing park and open space inventory. As new projects are identified to beautify and upgrade existing parks and open spaces, the Department looks for instrumental input on the needs and desires of the community. Stay up to date on new projects, community input meetings and opportunities as well as project timelines and construction updates.
For questions or comments on projects or for improvement requests of your local park please contact 305-460-5620 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lamar Louise Curry Park Design Project
The City of Coral Gables invites you to attend a VIRTUAL COMMUNITY MEETING on Thursday, August 13, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. to present the design for the development and beautification of Lamar Louise Curry Park, Located at 2665 DeSoto Boulevard. The proposed park design will be available for review and community input from Monday, August 3, 2020 through Tuesday, September 1, 2020 at gablesrecreation.com/ParksProjects. To submit commentary on the proposed design please email: ParksProjects@coralgables.com. As a resident or stakeholder of this area, your input is very valuable and we look forward to your participation.
To receive your Zoom invite register through THIS LINK. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
The City Of Coral Gables' Lamar Louise Curry Park Development and Beautification Proposal
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Jaycee Park Playground Renovation & Enhancements
Last year the Community Recreation Department initiated the replacement and enhancement conversation with the Jaycee Park Community for a new playground design that would meet the community’s needs for additional shade and more adventurous play.
During the last few months staff has been busy behind the scenes finalizing the park design from concept to reality and will now move forward with the Playground manufacturer to fabricate the approved design. Stay tuned for more park updates and a construction schedule coming soon.