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Park Portrait: A Neighborhood Playground

Park Portrait: Boon Street Park

Boon Street Park is a standard neighborhood park that currently provides basic playground equipment and a large open space tucked under tall Oak trees. It’s tucked into the neighborhood, and many people pass it with out notice. As equipment ages, value could be added to this neighborhood park with some landscaping, including, perhaps, a few added natural elements meant for play. The park certainly has some space to utilize. One element I’d like to see changed is the utility box smack in the middle of the entry. It takes away from the curb-side appeal.

* Reminder, a map of all 34 city parks is available at the government center (should be there now). You can also view and download a digital version at the MyWHaT Scribed site.

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