Southeast Clarke Park Closings and Maintenance Notices
There are currently two notices for this location.
Field status and closing information can be found on the Field Status page.
Construction Underway for World of Wonder Replacement at Southeast Clarke Park Facility 488 | Updated: 8:30 PM, September 16, 2016 | Posted: 7:00 PM, June 8, 2016 Construction on the 2.5 acre replacement for the World of Wonder Playground at Southeast Clarke Park began in early June and remains on schedule. During the construction, the area immediately behind the Whit Davis Restroom Building will be closed to the public.
Current Project Status: Grading & Sitework: approximately 75% complete
Fence Installation: approximately 75% complete
Playground Equipment and Amenities--
2-5 Area Equipment -- Delivered/Install Underway 5-12 Area Equipment -- In Manufacturing Swings -- Installed Water Fountain -- Installed Picnic Area Grill -- Installed Benches -- Delivered Trash Cans-- Installed
For information background information, a conceptual video of the playground equipment, and a history of the public input and design process, please visit the Park Planning Project Page.
This project is funded by Project 16 (Park and Facility Improvements) of the 2011 Special Local Option Sales Tax
Dog Park Area 1 to Open/Area 3 to Temporarily Close for Rehabilitation
Facility 465/467 | Updated: 1:00 PM, July 31, 2016 | Posted: 9:00 AM November, 24, 2015
Heavy use of the new dog parks at Southeast Clarke Park compacts the soils at the entries and takes a heavy toll on grass and other natural ground cover. To address this issue, the dog park was designed with 3 areas which are rotated periodically allowing crews to conduct remediation and giving the natural environment time to recover.
Crews will reopen Area 1 and close Area 3 of the Dog Park on Monday, August 1 as we continue this regular rotation to preserve and maintain this highly popular facility. Once new grass has fully established, crews will once again rotate area closings. Area closings will continue to rotate periodically to allow ongoing maintenance of all three Dog Park areas.