City of Pleasant Hill

Posted on: June 20, 2017

Pleasant Hill Receives $100,000 Prairie Meadows Legacy Grant for Hickory Glen Park

Hickory Glen Park

The Prairie Meadows Grant Advisory Committee and the Prairie Meadows Board of Directors have approved a Legacy Grant to the City of Pleasant Hill in the amount of $100,000 for the development of Hickory Glen Park.

“We as a community are truly grateful for the development of Hickory Glen Park and it would not be possible without the support of this Prairie Meadows Legacy Grant,” said Mayor Sara Kurovski. “Pleasant Hill staff and elected officials are committed to enhancing the quality of life community.”

Hickory Glen Park is Pleasant Hill’s largest park encompassing 77-acres of open space and woodlands located southwest of Four Mile Elementary School near SE 68th Street and SE 6th Avenue. The existing topography provides opportunity for unique amenities to be added that citizens can enjoy for years to come. Plans for the park include soft trails, woodlands and open space as well as many active uses such as shelters, recreational fields, bike trails, splash pad, community gardens and a dog park. Initial construction of the park is anticipated to begin in 2018.

For more information and a map of Hickory Glen Park, visit pleasanthilliowa.org/HickoryGlenPark.

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