ADA rules spur new look for Henry park

| April 3, 2014 | 0 Comments
PLAYGROUND will be upgraded at the park.

PLAYGROUND will be upgraded at the park.

Harold Henry Park is getting a makeover to become compliant with the Americans of Disabilities Act. The 1.6-acre park at 9th street between Lucerne and Windsor boulevards, will be closed while construction is underway.

Julie Stromberg, president of Friends of Harold Henry Park, said there are three components to the project.

The playground equipment will be upgraded, the second component is the mid-section where ramps will be added and new benches will be installed.

The third component is the lower end of the park near Lucerne Blvd. that contains the picnic area. Changes will include additional landscaping and trees, new seating areas, and replacing the water fountain.

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