The Moore American

Local News

October 3, 2012

Parks project list

MOORE — The proposed temporary quarter-cent sales tax is planned for these projects.

· Apple Valley Park

34th and Eastern

Build a new walking trail

New restroom

Enhance existing sprayground

· Arbor Gardens

34th and Telephone Road

New permanent restroom

· Buck Thomas Park

12th and Eastern Ave.

New 1-mile walking trail

New permanent restroom

Shade structures around playgrounds

Rebuild existing walking trail

Large new parking area

Improvements to athletic facilities

· Cottonwood Park

SW 2nd and Santa Fe

New playground/shade

· Fairmoore Park

5th and Telephone Road

Completely rebuild this park

Playground, sprayground, walking trail, pavilion, landscaping, lighting etc.

· Greenbriar Park

Santa Fe and 6th Place

New playground/shade

· Kiwanis Park

501 East Main

Replace existing walking trail

· Little River Park

SW 4th and Telephone Road

Dog Park

Rebuild existing walking trail

Two permanent restrooms

Shade structure

· Madison Place Park

Stonebridge Drive

New playground/shade

· Parmele Park

12th and Janeway (new park)


New 1/3 mile walking trail


Permanent restroom



· Quail Ridge Park, SE 24th and Eastern (new park)

4-new tennis courts (replacing the ones at Fairmoore Park)



· Senior Center Expansion

510 East Main

Expand Brand Senior Center to 2,000 square feet

· Veterans Memorial Park

SE 4th & Bryant

Veterans Wall of Honor

Water feature (construction of a new pond)

Landscaping, lighting, benches

Rebuild current restroom

Expand parking

· Westmoore Trails Park

SW 22nd and Lonnie Lane

New playground

New restroom

Shade structure



Source: City of Moore

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