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Grass planted at Inland Greens

Post Date:08/11/2017 11:46 AM
Inland Greens
A $718,500 project to refurbish 9 holes of the old 18-hole Inland Greens golf course and create a passive park on the front-nine holes is almost complete. Grass for the course has just been planted and it is expected to take 0-12 weeks for the grass to grow in. Weather permitting, the course is on schedule to open this fall.

Park amenities will include fitness equipment, park furnishings and a playground. In 2015, the city completed $1.2 million in drainage improvements and installed a walking trail. 

 

 

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