Turner Park Redevelopment Community Meeting April 10

City Hall – Council Chambers
317 College St.

On Tuesday, April 10, the Grand Prairie Park Board will conduct a public hearing to obtain citizen comments and requests for improvements to Grand Prairie’s oldest park – Turner Park.

Dunaway Associates, a consulting firm, has been contracted to develop a conceptual development plan based on site conditions, current and historical recreation trends, citizen input, and staff recommendations. The park’s natural topography and native vegetation provides a unique character to this major city park, and the staff welcomes citizen input on what improvements they would like to see developed.

Where:
City Hall – Council Chambers
317 College St.

Facts about Turner Park:

* Grand Prairie’s oldest park.
* Named after Mayor G.H. Turner who was elected in 1923.
* 52 acres of rolling hills, open space, a pond, and mature trees.
* Many events have been held in the park, including the Texas Sesquicentennial Celebration in 1986.