Lafayette Park DPA soft-Opening Wednesday, 11/25/14

Fences will be removed on Wednesday, 11/25, providing the public access to the 7,000 square feet of newly installed dog play area synthetic turf.  The eastern end of the DPA will remain closed until early January to allow the natural grass to regenerate. In the meantime, the temporary off-leash area located along Laguna Street will continue to be … Continue reading

Lafayette Park DPA Construction Work Begins Monday, 11/03/14

Please be advised that the Off-Leash Dog Play Area will be closed for renovation beginning Monday, November 3.  During construction, people who wish to walk their dogs off-leash may utilize the lawn area adjacent to Laguna Street. Your patience and cooperation is greatly appreciated. The area closest to the drinking fountain and … Continue reading

Construction Phase Community Briefing, Wednesday August 1

Park neighbors, visitors and other interested stakeholders are invited to attend a special meeting on Wednesday, August 1st, during which project staff will provide an update on the progress of the work as well as an overview of what is to come. Details are provided below.  We hope to see you there. Lafayette Park Renovation, Community Briefing Wednesday, August 1 – … Continue reading

Construction Contract Awarded for Lafayette Park Renovation

The Recreation and Park Commission took action today to award the construction contract for the Lafayette Park Renovation project to Bauman Landscape and Construction.  Bauman has successfully delivered a number of park renovation projects, including the lovely Sue Bierman Park and the soon to be unveiled Helen Diller Playground in … Continue reading

Lafayette Park Renovation Is Moving Forward

The Lafayette Park Renovation project has taken a major step forward.  The project was advertised for bids on January 21.  During the coming months, the City will follow a slow but steady course through the Contractor selection, approval and certification process.  If all goes smoothly, you should see construction fences going up at Lafayette Park as early … Continue reading