Proof of how City Parks can make a difference! Read the American Planning Association’s 11 studies showing how City’s use parks — from community revitalization to helping children learn. During the Great Recession, Kissimmee, Florida (pop. 64,000) did something many found unbelievable – spent $35 million to renovate a major park as an economic development […]
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Located in the same spot on the South Platte River where gold miners founded Denver’s first settlement in 1858, Grant Frontier Park has experienced more bust than boom times. A 1-year, $3.8 million renovation by ECI has transformed the once bleak park into an award-winning urban treasure.
If Wellington builds it, they will stay. At least that’s the attitude some have about the 30-acre park and two baseball fields under construction in north Wellington, where the Wellington Community Park is expected to be partially open by the end of October. “We really didn’t have any attractions…”
For the second time in 2014, ECI proudly participated in the Greenway Foundation’s biannual RiverSweep to improve the safety and natural beauty Denver’s rivers. It’s a terrific opportunity for families to volunteer and gather for games and activities afterwards. With ECI’s ongoing improvement project along the South Platte River at Johnson-Habitat Park, we look forward […]