Kingswood Park Improvements

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Playground at Kingswood Park

In November 2017, Cedar Hill voters approved $15 million for parks improvements, including funding for reinvestment in neighborhood and community parks. Improvements for Kingswood Park, located at 1528 Sharon Dr., will include updated playground equipment, landscaping improvements, and other amenities based on public input.

In November 2017, Cedar Hill voters approved $15 million for parks improvements, including funding for reinvestment in neighborhood and community parks. Improvements for Kingswood Park, located at 1528 Sharon Dr., will include updated playground equipment, landscaping improvements, and other amenities based on public input.

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    Hello, me again! We thoroughly enjoyed the new park yesterday, however as I spoke to some neighbors and fellow community members, we all have one concern. Compared to many other parks across the city, as well as the old playground here at Kingswood Park, the new shade structure has left many visitors disappointed. I have already heard parents complaining that the equipment is too hot for use during the day time, and they wish that the shade canopy was much larger. It would be interesting to see the plans and decision making process that went into choosing this particular set up. My question is this: is there an approximate cost that could be provided for an improved shade structure, and how would a community go about raising the money to pay for it and have it installed?

    Aderr02 asked almost 2 years ago

    Thank you for your question; we're glad you made it out to check out the new playground! This option was chosen by community members at a public input meeting for the project. A larger shade canopy would likely cost somewhere between $20,000 and $70,000 depending on the footprint to cover.

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    I understand that COVID-19 has interrupted everyone's plans, including the City's. Is there an anticipated date of completion for Kingswood Park? We are watching the renovation with excitement and anticipation!! Keep up the excellent work, Cedar Hill!

    Aderr02 asked about 2 years ago

    Thank you for your question! We expect construction of the playground, exercise stations, water fountain and landscaping improvements to wrap up in early June, weather permitting.

Page published: 01 Jul 2019, 05:19 AM