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There should be shade structures and restrooms in parks (like Bridgeway Island Park). Does the City plan on including these in any of its new facilities?

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There should be shade structures and restrooms in parks (like Bridgeway Island Park). Does the City plan on including these in any of its new facilities?

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Items like shade structures and restrooms are big concerns for a lot of people. We are trying to incorporate them more into new parks as we build them, depending on the size and anticipated use of the facility. We know that shade at Bridgeway Island Park is minimal now even with the limited shade that the pavilion area offers, but we will see shade increase as the trees at that site mature. The Parks and Recreation Department is working with the Bridgeway Island Elementary School PTA to partially fund a new shade structure over the outdoor lunch area. As for restrooms, that facility was not designed with them in mind as it is a small neighborhood park adjacent to a school. A larger park with more recreation amenities (like softball and soccer fields, etc.) would warrant permanent restrooms. The City built a shade structure for the skate park at West Acre Playfields. There are restrooms at the Bridgeway Lakes Community Park. Restrooms will be constructed near the end of E Street as part

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