Please see below current projects handled by South Suburban's Planning and Development department.
REQUEST PUBLIC INPUT FOR PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS TO CORNERSTONE PARK
The public is invited to an open house-style public input meeting on the proposed Cornerstone Park Revised Site Plan, which includes possible future improvements to the park. The meeting will take place at Cornerstone Park, on Thursday, June 27, from 5:30 - 7 p.m., at the shelter, located just west of the Pickleball courts. In case of inclement weather, the meeting will be moved to Buck Recreation Center.
The Revised Site Plan includes the following:
- Conversion of the existing seven multi-use fields to synthetic turf with sports lighting. The light fixtures will be LED with full cut-off to eliminate glare and light trespass outside the field area. An accessible route will provide access to the fields.
- Addition of a road connecting the skate park and the playground parking lots to improve circulation and safety within the park.
- Addition of six lighted Pickleball courts and lighting the existing horseshoe pits in the active adult area.
- Addition of a trail connection to Progress Park at the northeast corner of the site.
- Removal of the undeveloped volleyball courts, fourth ballfield, amphitheater, xeriscape sculpture garden and tree nursery from the Site Plan.
If approved, conversion of two multi-use fields to synthetic turf with sports lighting may occur as early as 2020. There is no time frame for the other poposed improvements.
Send comments to Senior Park Planner Pam Cornelisse, at email@example.com.
FOXRIDGE PARK IMPROVEMENTS
South Suburban Parks and Recreation (SSPR) is planning to renovate Foxridge Park playground, located within the FoxRidge neighborhood. South Suburban is applying for an Arapahoe County Open Spaces (ACOS) grant to leverage funding for construction. The City of Centennial is a funding partner. If South Suburban receives the grant, construction at Foxridge Park will begin in late summer/early fall 2019. See proposed rendering.
Foxridge Park playground improvements include:
- Separate play areas for 2-5 year-olds and 5-12 year-olds
- Rubber surfacing and engineered wood chips
- A slightly larger shelter, including new picnic tables and drinking fountain
To provide input on the Foxridge playground project, contact Steve White, park planner II, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 303.483.7024.
HARLOW PARK IMPROVEMENTS
South Suburban and the City of Littleton are applying for an Arapahoe County Open Spaces (ACOS) Grant for improvements to Harlow Park. If South Suburban receives the grant, construction will begin in early fall 2019 and will be completed by June 2020. See drawing of proposed improvements.
Proposed improvements include:
- Replace the two ball field backstops with skinned infields, covered dugouts, new infield mix and turf
- Replace the asphalt surface tennis courts with new, post-tension concrete surfacing, new fencing, new stairway and repair retaining wall located east of courts
- Replace shade structure and port-o-let enclosure
- Improve accessible routes to park amenities
To provide input on Harlow Park, contact Senior Park Planner Pamela Cornelisse, at email@example.com, or 303.483.7020. Two opportunities to provide public input took place in 2018: A City of Littleton's Meet, Greet & Eat at Harlow Park on July 24, 2018; and a public input meeting at Buck Recreation Center on October 25, 2018.
CHERRY KNOLLS BALLFIELD RENOVATIONS
South Suburban Parks and Recreation is applying for an Arapahoe County Open Spaces (ACOS) grant for improvements to Cherry Knolls Park. The City of Centennial is a funding partner. If South Suburban receives the grant, construction is tentatively scheduled for fall 2019. See drawing of proposed improvements.
Proposed improvements include:
- Replace the two skinned infield ballfields with new backstops, covered dugouts, new infield mix and turf as needed
- Remove the grass infield backstop and repair turf. A portable backstop will be used to better manage turf quality.
- Replace a 100' section of the Big Dry Creek Trail crusher fines surfacing with a chase drain and concrete surface from the restroom to the south to ballfield (Field #2) to mitigate runoff and erosion.
- Increase accessible access to ballfields
To provide input on Cherry Knolls Park Ballfield renovations, contact Senior Park Planner Pamela Cornelisse, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 303.483.7020. A public input meeting took place at Goodson Recreation Center on November 1, 2018.