CARMEL, Ind.––Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation (CCPR) is reminding residents that Meadowlark Park will be closing for planned improvements.
In a news release, CCPR said they are working to update and enhance existing parks to make them more accessible, safer and available year-round.
The funding is coming from the Clay Township Impact Program, and over the next three years it will fund improvements to six parks in the community “with a focus on parks and public safety.”
“These improvements will provide benefits for all Township residents, schools and businesses, and make our community a better place to live, work and play,” said CCPR in a news release.
Improvements include: a new playground, four pickleball courts, a full basketball court, a boardwalk through restored wetlands, a new fishing pier, a year-round restroom facility, a parking lot expansion, and more.
Meadowlark Park is expected to reopen after construction is completed in December 2021. For more about restoring the parks’ wetlands, click here.