|Parks & Recreation
Staff at Unity Park prepared the fields for the second week of American Amateur Youth Baseball Alliance (AAYBA) tournament play which will begin on July 8. The AAYBA is a national youth baseball World Series tournament that is hosted by Lewisville, LISD, Flower Mound, and Highland Village.
|Staff continues to perform routine maintenance at all parks.
Pilot Knoll Park
The contract has been executed for the Day Use Restroom Project. Staff continues to coordinate with the vendor to finalize the construction documents.
Copperas Branch Park
Staff is proceeding with the Copperas Branch Park Remediation Project. They are coordinating with the Army Corps of Engineers, TxDOT, and AGL Constructors to finalize the punch list. Work on the restroom building is currently underway as well as patching the asphalt road and parking lot. We hope to have Copperas Branch Park open in July pending any delays.
|Victoria Park Track Replacement
BW2 Engineers continue to work on the design of the track replacement.
Bids for the Parking Lot Extension Project were submitted on Tuesday. Staff has reviewed the submissions and will be making a recommendation to City Council.
Sunset Point Park
G&A Consultants has submitted the preliminary construction documents for staff to review.
Highland Village Road Sidewalk
BW2 Engineers continue to work on the preliminary layout of the sidewalk.
Halff Associates continue to work on the designs for the Pond Expansion and Softball Field Expansion Projects.
Doubletree Ranch Park to DCTA Train Station Pedestrian Connection
The southern section (south of the pond) is closed to the public due to the construction of the pedestrian bridge. The connection is anticipated to be complete in September and will provide access from Doubletree Ranch Park to the DCTA Train Station.
Park Shade Structures
Andra Foreman is coordinating the installation of shade structures at Unity Park (in the dog park and exercise equipment areas), Lions Club Park playground, Turpin Park playground, and Lower Sellmeyer Park playground. She is in the process of executing the construction agreement.
Monday: Assorted Card Games - Dealer’s Choice, Spades in the Library
Tuesday: Assorted Card Games - Dealer’s Choice, Dominoes, 42
Thursday: Assorted Card Games - Dealer’s Choice, Bridge, Rummikub
On Thursday, 44 Senior All-Stars enjoyed chicken parmigiana, Asian salad, bread, and apple pie from Meals on Wheels. Bingo was held after lunch.
This was the fourth week of Kids Kamp at Briarhill Middle School. This week’s theme was Wacky Random Week! We had 38 Kampers experience trips to Globe Life Park in Arlington, the Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area, and swimming at the CORE in Coppell.