Emblem of Foothills Improvement Projects

Since 2018, the District has been working hard to put the 2017 mill levy proceeds to excellent use by improving existing parks and facilities. The improvement projects proposed to be accomplished, starting in the year 2018, were outlined as part of the 2017 mill levy election.

In 2021, without raising taxes, proceeds from the 2020 mill levy continuation will support the Vision 2030 Master Plan, which features improvements recommended as part of a public process throughout the District that will focus on:

  • Maintaining, conserving and improving parks, open spaces, and natural areas throughout the District;
  • Improving, connecting and extending recreational trails for walkers, hikers, and bikers;
  • Providing and improving existing active recreation opportunities, programs and facilities for all residents, including seniors, families and children;
  • Enhancing water conservation and energy efficiency by replacing or improving aging systems.

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6th Avenue West Outdoor Pool

Community Outreach & Project Information:

  • An initial Conceptual Planning Survey was provided to the community and closed in late June 2021.  Community feedback was provided to the design team.  A second survey was sent to the community and closed in early September 2021.

Temporary User ImpactView Closure Map

  1. Parking lot will be closed.
  2. There is no access to the greenbelt between the pool and tennis courts, as well as the southern greenbelt behind the tennis courts. This means there is NO ACCESS from Holman Way to W. 3rd Ave. through the pool property.
  3. The sidewalk adjacent to the pool property will be closed beginning August 26, 2022 and will be closed for approximately three months.
  4. Construction will occur through the entirety of the 2022-2023 school year.
  5. With a project this size, timelines are subject to change based on a variety of factors. Thank you for your patience.

Anticipated Completion: 2023

Park History: In 1974 Ridgewood Realty financed the construction of the parking lot, pool, and tennis courts. Foothills Park staff completed the landscaping and irrigation system the same year.

Current Conditions:

  • The pool facility opened in 1974.
  • Based on the date of original construction, aspects of the building, layout and mechanical components possess levels of deficiencies with code-compliance on ADA requirements and building codes for energy efficiency.
  • Inefficient and out-of-date mechanical equipment and piping that appears to be original to the building are likely near or past their lifespan.
  • Existing pool structure is original and does not possess modern aspects to serve the younger generation to support positive play and experience in water, such as zero-depth entry and spray and play features.
  • Recommendation: If feasible, salvage some of the existing pool structures, add new components to existing pool structures to revitalize and modernize the pool and its programming, replace mechanical and piping systems, demolish and rebuild bathhouse to meet current requirements for code-compliance.
  • For the community’s information: The pool was not open in 2020 due to the pandemic.  The reason the pool could not open in 2021 was due to major underground plumbing leaks discovered during standard pool preparations.

Additional Background:

  • Foothills has determined that maintaining a lap pool provides a competitive facility, useful to many types of patrons.  A lap pool also provides an open swim opportunity that can be enhanced to improve the open swim experience.
  • Foothills is conducting testing and an engineering evaluation of the existing lap pool to determine its present condition and if it can continue to be utilized in the future. These tests were necessary after discovering the major underground plumbing leaks while attempting to open the pool for the 2021 season.
  • Foothills plans to demolish the existing buildings and rebuild them on site to accommodate the bathhouse and the mechanical systems.  This also allows us to provide accessibility and better spaces for patrons.
  • Given the small footprint of the site and to accommodate all of the building code requirements, Foothills anticipates needing to include the tennis court area for redevelopment.

Alper’s Farm Park

Improvements description: New bluegrass field and irrigation system, new entry walkway, new concrete walkway through the park, new tree planting, new site amenities, yard game area with corn hole, new pedestrian light, new half-court basketball court.

Community Outreach:

  • Meeting was held December 3, 2019.
  • Revised schematic plans were provided to the community for feedback.

Project Completed: Fall 2021

History: Foothills acquired the land in 2004.  The first phase of the park was constructed based on the 2006 park master plan.

Blue Heron Park

Improvements description: Replaced irrigation, reconfigured and replaced playground, shelter improvements, planted new trees

Community Outreach:

  • Meeting was held Tuesday, April 10, 2018.
  • Revised schematic plans were provided to the community for feedback.

Project Completed: July 2019

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1984, original park development took place in the mid 1980s.

Chaucer Park

Improvements Description: Replaced irrigation, new picnic shelter, new site amenities, new cement paths, playground replacement, planted new trees

Community Outreach:

  • My Dream Playground Meeting was held May 8, 2018.
  • Meeting for park improvements was held January 23, 2019.
  • Revised schematic plans for park improvements were provided to the community for feedback.

Projects Completed: Playground was replaced in August 2018, the remaining was completed July 2020.

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1984.

Christensen Meadows Park

Improvements description: Replaced irrigation, tree plantings with 100 student volunteers from Deer Creek Middle School, replaced playground with airplane and runway to tie into site history, updated park entrance, trail/sidewalk improvements, new shelter next to the playground, new benches and tables, native grass seeding

Community Outreach:

  • Meeting was held April 26, 2018.
  • Revised schematic plans were provided to the community for feedback.

Project completed: November 2019

History: Foothills acquired the park in the mid 1980’s, original park development was constructed by Wood Brothers Homes. This park was the site of the Columbine Airport from the late 1950s – 1972, historical article and image included in photos.

Clement Park – Sport Court Complex

Improvements Description: Reconfigured sports court area to resurface one existing tennis court, add two new tennis courts and add 10 new pickleball courts – lighting was added to these 13 courts. Additional improvements include: replaced playground, replaced concrete around restrooms, replaced irrigation, new sod, improved drainage, added ADA access from parking lot, trees will be planted in fall 2022.

Project Completed: Summer 2022

History: The site now known as Clement Park was part of the Grant Family Ranch and was purchased from the Grant Family by Jefferson County Open Space for use as a park. In 1987, Jefferson County Open Space developed Clement Park with funds from the county-wide Open Space Tax. In 1989, the park was leased to Foothills Park & Recreation District for management purposes, and was deeded to Foothills in 2018.  As part of the Clement Park Redevelopment Master Plan, several other improvements were completed during a multi-year process from 2016-2019.

Columbine Hills Park

Proposed Improvements: Replaced irrigation

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2022

History: Foothills acquired the land in 4 separate parcels beginning in 1962. Columbine Hills Park is one of the oldest Foothills parks.

Columbine Sports Park

Proposed Improvements: Replaced irrigation

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2022

History: The athletic components of the site were developed in 1989-90 in part with a $47,000 gift from Columbine Sports.

Columbine Trail

Improvements Description: Removed and replaced the asphalt trail with a concrete trail between W. Canyon Trail and S. Kendall Blvd.  This project was part of a large improvement project of the Columbine Trail in partnership with Foothills Park & Recreation District, Jefferson County and CDOT.

Project Completed May 2020

History: The trail originated in the early 1980s, Foothills took over management of sections of the trail in 2003 from Jefferson County Open Space.

Columbine West Outdoor PoolPark

Community Outreach & Project Information:

  • An initial Conceptual Planning Survey was provided to the community and closed in late June 2021.  Community feedback was provided to the design team. A second survey was sent to the community and closed in early September 2021.
  • The surrounding park will receive some improvements, more details to come.

Temporary User Impact:  View Closure Map

  1. Parking lot will be closed.
  2. There is no access to the north portion of the park if you utilize the bridge (from the playground side).
  3. A portion of the trail that leads into the parking lot is closed as it is fenced off as part of the construction zone.
  4. Construction will occur through the entirety of the 2022-2023 school year.
  5. With a project this size, timelines are subject to change based on a variety of factors. Thank you for your patience.

Anticipated Completion: 2023

Park History: This park was constructed in 1973-74 with funding assistance from Ridgewood Realty.

Current Conditions:

  • The pool facility opened in 1974.
  • Based on the date of original construction, aspects of the building, layout and mechanical components possess levels of deficiencies with code-compliance on ADA requirements and building codes for energy efficiency.
  • Inefficient and out-of-date mechanical equipment and piping that appears to be original to the building are likely near or past their lifespan.
  • Existing pool structure is original and does not possess modern aspects to serve the younger generation to support positive play and experience in water, such as zero-depth entry and spray and play features.
  • Recommendation: Salvage a majority of the existing pool structures, add new components to existing pool structures to revitalize and modernize the pool and its programming, replace some mechanical and piping systems, demolish and rebuild bathhouse to meet current requirements for code-compliance.
  • For the community’s information: The pool was not open in 2020 due to the pandemic.

Additional Background:

  • Foothills has determined that it is feasible to retain the larger pool with refurbishment of the shell, and adding new gutters and plumbing. However, a consideration could be to modify the larger pool to include aspects like zero-depth entry and/or other improvements.  This would provide an opportunity to enhance the pool and improve the overall open swim experience.
  • Foothills has also determined that the diving pool could be retained with refurbishment. New amenities could be added to the existing pool like a diving platform and/or a drop slide.
  • We plan to demolish the existing building and rebuild on site to accommodate the bathhouse and the mechanical systems.  This also allows us to provide accessibility and better spaces for patrons.
  • There are some building requirements that will need to be addressed that did not exist when the facility was originally built in 1974.  These include conforming to the Americans with Disabilities Act, providing storm water detention on-site, and other, more stringent building code requirements.

Dakota Station Park

Improvements Description: Replaced irrigation, resurfaced tennis courts, new fencing/gates, new nets, replaced concrete walkways, planted new trees.

Community Outreach:

  • Meeting was held January 29, 2019.
  • Revised schematic plans were provided to the community for feedback.

Project Completed: May 2020

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1979.

Dewey Haberman Memorial Park

Improvements description: Replaced irrigation, new tree plantings, new concrete walks within the park, new half basketball court, updated amenities, and a new play pit with spinner, swing and accent boulders.

Community Outreach:

  • Meeting was held May 1, 2018.
  • Revised schematic plans were provided to the community for feedback.

Project completed: Fall 2019

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1977.

Dutch Creek Regional Trail

Community Outreach:

Proposed Improvements: Extend the existing trail from just west of Kipling and connect it to the C-470 Trail.

Current Conditions: The existing section of the Dutch Creek Trail that Foothills Park & Recreation District manages runs largely to the south of W. Coal Mine Avenue from S. Pierce Street (to the east) and currently ends just west of Kipling. This improvement project will extend the existing trail from just west of Kipling and connect it to the C-470 Trail. This project will provide safer and more convenient connectivity for all trail users to other regional trails such as the C-470 Trail and the Mary Carter Greenway Trail.  This project will be completed with proceeds from the voter approved 2020 mill levy continuation, a $1.86 million grant from the Jefferson County Open Space Trails Partnership Program, and a $3,000 donation from the Foothills Foundation.

Eagle Meadows Park

Improvements description: Replaced irrigation, resurfaced tennis courts with pickleball lines and new fencing, replaced concrete walk through the park, new site amenities, new playground curb, planted new trees.

Community Outreach:

  • Meeting was held December 11, 2019.
  • Revised schematic plans were provided to the community for feedback.

Project Completed: Fall 2021

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1985.

Easton Regional Park

Proposed Improvements: New picnic shelter near restroom building, 4 shade structures over bleachers at Rockies Field and small baseball field, located in the northwest section of the park.

Temporary User Impact: Some areas will be restricted during construction/installation, specific dates TBA.

Anticipated Completion: 2023

History: The original park site, Waters Edge, was dedicated to Foothills in the late 1980s. Jefferson County Open Space purchased the remainder of the site in 1992 and later it was developed by Foothills into Easton Regional Park.

Foothills Golf Course – Clubhouse

Current Conditions:

  • Facility opened in 1971.
  • Based on the date of original construction, aspects of the building, layout and mechanical components possess deficiencies with code-compliance on ADA requirements, fire codes, and building codes for energy efficiency.
  • Inefficient and out-of-date mechanical equipment that appears to be original to the building are likely near or past their lifespan.
  • Recommendation: Total demolition of the existing structure and construction of a new facility.

Community Outreach:

  • Virtual Community Meeting was held via Zoom on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.
  • Survey with concept plans was provided for community input. Feedback from survey was utilized for a revised concept plan.
  • Concept Plans – concept plans are for planning purposes only and do not reflect actual finishes, colors or placement.

Improvements Description: Demolish existing clubhouse, construct a new clubhouse, parking lot improvements

Temporary User Impact: Foothills Golf Course will be fully operational during construction. Construction is anticipated to begin Spring 2022. The pro shop will move to a temporary building in a different location – look for directional signage when this occurs. Some areas may be restricted during construction.

Anticipated Completion: TBA

Foothills Sports Arena

Improvements description: Indoor turf replacement.

Details: Current synthetic turf is original to the facility and has extended past its life expectancy of 10 years, replacing turf will keep the District competitive with similar offerings around the metro area and improve player conditions.

Project Completed: August 2018

History: Foothills opened this facility 2005.

New artificial field replacement at Foothills Sports Arena

Governor Grant Park

Improvements description: Replaced irrigation, new tree plantings, new entrance area, new shelter next to the playground, added new climbing playground element, new concrete loop walk, new benches and tables, new culvert crossing that replaced the bridge, native grass seeding.

Community Outreach:

  • Meeting was held May 2, 2018.
  • Revised schematic plans were provided to the community for feedback.

Project Completed: November 2019

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1983 and completed park development south of the creek in 1986.

Hoida Park

Proposed Improvements: Replace irrigation, improve entry walk, replace dugout and backstop fencing, site improvements, sanolet enclosure, new trees.

Community Outreach: Will be updated on this webpage and announced on our Nextdoor.com account and our Events Calendar.

  • Concept Plans – Concept plans are for planning purposes only and do not reflect actual finishes, colors or placement.

Anticipated Completion: TBA

History: The park was acquired in 1972.

Kipling Trail

Improvements Description: Trail repairs and various section replacement.

Project Completed: January 2021

History: The Kipling Trail is 11.55 miles of easy paved trail running from US Highway 6, south to C-470. The Foothills section begins at Belleview and continues south to C-470.

Lakehurst Park

Proposed Improvements: Replace irrigation, new concrete walks, conversion of bluegrass to native in some parts of the park, new picnic shelter and drainage improvements. Additional improvements will be determined through community outreach.

Community Outreach: Will be updated on this webpage and announced on our Nextdoor.com account and our Events Calendar.

  • Virtual Community Meeting was held via Zoom on Wednesday, March 24, 2021.
  • During previous engagements with the community, the concrete apron that borders sections of Lakehurst Park has been a primary topic of discussion.  Due to some complicated ownership issues, Foothills is not able to remove or repair the existing concrete apron.  In summary, the concrete apron is partially on Foothills property and partially on the property of each residence that backs up to the park.  The portion of concrete apron on private property is not owned or managed by Foothills, but rather, is owned by over 50 private homeowners. While Foothills remains committed to engaging with the neighborhood about the future of the concrete apron, it is an issue that will likely take a longer amount of time to resolve.  With this in mind, Foothills plans to move forward with improvements to Lakehurst Park in 2023.
  • A community survey was provided April 1-15, 2022 to provide project background information and obtain community input.
  • An open house for Lakehurst Park Improvements was held June 1, 2022 to share survey results and seek input on concept plans developed from the results of the community survey.
  • A community survey was provided August 12-26, 2022 to obtain community selection on a final concept plan. View survey results
    • August 12, 2022:  Foothills Park & Recreation District worked to develop a design to make improvements to Lakehurst Park. Over the past 18 months, we engaged the community through various meetings, surveys and an open house to hear what improvements the community would like to see at your park. At the open house on June 1, 2022, three concepts were presented at the park. Our design team took all previous community comments, survey and voting results into consideration to provide two concepts to narrow down the final concept plan.
  • Concept Plans – Concept plans are for planning purposes only and do not reflect actual finishes, colors or placement.

Temporary User Impact: Some areas will be restricted during construction/installation, specific dates TBA.

Anticipated Completion: TBA

History: Foothills acquired the park in sections from 1963-1966.

Lakehurst West Park

Proposed Improvements: New playground and short walkway to playground.

Community Outreach: Will be updated on this webpage and announced on our Nextdoor.com account and our Events Calendar.

  • Concept Plans – Concept plans are for planning purposes only and do not reflect actual finishes, colors or placement.

Anticipated Completion: TBA

History: This park was dedicated to Foothills in 1992 through Senate Bill 35 land dedication requirements.

Lilley Gulch Park

Improvements Description: New fencing, gates, surface and nets for tennis courts.

Project Completed: May 2020

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1979.

Lilley Gulch Recreation Center

Improvements description: Install air conditioning and wood floors in basketball gymnasium, repave north parking lot, replace weight stacks and free weights in cardio/weight room.

Details: The basketball gymnasium was not originally designed to include air conditioning and the former tartan sports flooring was outdated and not desirable to patrons and potential renters.  Replacing cardio equipment keeps the facility updated with what is popular in the fitness industry.

Projects completed:

  • Northeast Parking Lot (east of the gymnasium), completed May 2019
  • Basketball Gymnasium air conditioning system installation, completed April 2019
  • Replace cardio/weight room equipment, completed March 2019
  • Basketball Gymnasium flooring project, completed October 2018

History: Foothills opened this facility in 1982 with some portions of the building remodeled in 2004.

Lilley Pad Park

Improvements Description: Replaced play structure and bench.

Project Completed: August 2020

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1973.

Meadows Golf Club

Improvements Description: Repair parking lot.

Project Completed: Fall 2020

History: Foothills opened this facility in 1984.

Mechanical & Electrical Upgrades (multiple locations)

Improvements Description: Replace and install equipment in a variety of facilities to enhance energy efficiency and improve aging mechanical systems.

Project Completed: TBD

Ridge Recreation Center

Projects Completed:

  • Replace cardio/weight room equipment, completed September 2021
  • Replace play feature in leisure/activity pool, completed August 2019
  • New Splash Pad added to the outside sun deck located outside the Activity Pool providing an indoor/outdoor experience to the pool, completed May 2022

History: Foothills opened this facility in 2003.

Schaefer Athletic Complex

Improvements Description: New design and layout of the batting cage site, including a new batting cage attendant building, benches, picnic tables and landscaping. New 3-speed adjustable pitching machines ranging from 40-70 MPH with choice of baseball, fast and slow-pitch softball, as well as height adjustment. Two ADA accessible cages. Improvements were also made to the parking lot including ADA parking and sidewalk.  Resurface Jason Jennings Adaptive Field with new, modern Mondo surface, and correct drainage issues.  Install two new playgrounds – one located near the ballfields entrance, the other located in the center of the multiuse fields that sit between the baseball fields and the Foothills Fieldhouse.

Projects Completed:

  • Install two new playgrounds, completed Summer 2021
  • Jason Jennings Adaptive Field replacement, completed Fall 2020
  • Batting Cage site project, completed June 2020

History: In 1972, the Federal Government dedicated 90 acres of Federal Correctional Institution land to Foothills.  50 acres were developed into the Schaefer Athletic Complex.  The other 40 acres were added to the Foothills Golf Course. Foothills acquired the batting cages from the original operator in 2005. The Jason Jennings Adaptive Field sits on the Schaefer Athletic Complex and was added to the site in 2005 as the first adaptive baseball field in the state of Colorado.

Stony Creek Greenbelts

Improvements Description: The old asphalt trail was entirely replaced with a new 8 foot wide concrete trail.

Project Completed: January 2021

History: Foothills acquired the greenbelts in 1984.

Trappers Glen Park

Improvements Description: Replaced irrigation, new shelter, new half court basketball, new site amenities, replaced entry sidewalk, updated crusher fine trail, planted new trees.

Community Outreach:

  • Meeting was held February 5, 2019.
  • Revised schematic plans were provided to the community for feedback.

Project Completed: May 2020

History: Foothills acquired the land in 1985, park was developed in 1991.

Valley View Park

Improvements Description: Irrigation improvements to bluegrass area, new picnic shelter, new playground, new site amenities, replaced concrete walk, planted new trees.

Community Outreach:

  • Meeting was held January 30, 2019.
  • Revised schematic plans were provided to the community for feedback.

Project Completed: October 2020

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1979.

Victory Park

Proposed Improvements: Replace irrigation, replace playground equipment, replace asphalt walks to concrete. Additional improvements will be determined through community outreach.

Community Outreach:

  • Concept Plans for Victory Park site improvements were provided in January 2021, comments were received by February 3, 2021. Concept plans are for planning purposes only and do not reflect actual finishes, colors or placement.

Temporary User Impact: Some areas will be restricted during construction/installation, specific dates TBA.

Anticipated Completion: 2022

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1982.

West Laurel Park

Proposed Improvements: Replace irrigation, playground improvements, new trees, sanolet enclosure, site improvements.

Community Outreach: Will be updated on this webpage and announced on our Nextdoor.com account and our Events Calendar.

  • Virtual Community Meeting was held via Zoom on Monday, January 24, 2022.
  • A community survey was provided April 1-15, 2022 to provide project background information and obtain community input.
  • Concept Plans – Concept plans are for planning purposes only and do not reflect actual finishes, colors or placement.

Anticipated Completion: TBA

History: A portion of this park was dedicated to Foothills in the early 1980s. A second parcel was leased to Foothills from Jefferson County Open Space about the same time. The park was originally called Columbine Knolls South Park.

Westbury Greenbelt

Proposed Improvements: Replace irrigation, replace damaged concrete trail, new trees.

Community Outreach:

  • Concept Plans for Westbury Greenbelt site improvements were provided in January 2021, comments were received by February 3, 2021. Concept plans are for planning purposes only and do not reflect actual finishes, colors or placement.

Temporary User Impact: Some areas will be restricted during construction/installation, specific dates TBA.

Anticipated Completion: 2022

History: The developer of the Foothills Green Subdivision built this greenbelt and dedicated it to Foothills in 1976.

Westbury Park

Proposed Improvements: Replace playground, planning still in process.

Community Outreach: Will be updated on this webpage and announced on our Nextdoor.com account and our Events Calendar.

  • A community survey was provided May 11-25, 2022 to provide project background information and obtain community input.
  • A virtual community meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 18, 2022 starting at 6 p.m.
    • Register in advance for this webinar:
      https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_eIAuCATER_GX4-VtWtNWMw
      After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
    • The meeting will be hosted by Foothills Park & Recreation District and will discuss the improvements planned for the park as a result of the voter-approved 2017 mill levy.

Anticipated Completion: TBA

History: This park was originally developed and dedicated to Foothills in 1978 by the developer of the adjacent Foothill Green Subdivision.

Westfield Park

Proposed Improvements: Replace irrigation, playground replacement, ADA access, conversion to native grasses in some parts of the park and drainage improvements. Additional improvements will be determined through community outreach.

Community Outreach: will be updated on this webpage and announced on our Nextdoor.com account and our Events Calendar.

  • Virtual Community Meeting was held on February 16, 2021.
  • Concept Plans for Westfield Park site improvements were provided in March 2021, comments were received by March 17, 2021. Concept plans are for planning purposes only and do not reflect actual finishes, colors or placement.
  • Revised Concept Plans – Concept plans are for planning purposes only and do not reflect actual finishes, colors or placement.

Temporary User Impact: Some areas will be restricted during construction/installation, specific dates TBA.

Anticipated Completion: 2022

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1972.

Williamsburg I Park – Trail work

Improvement Description: Replaced existing trail with a new 6 foot wide concrete trail.

Project Completed: November 2020

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1984.

Willow Creek Park

Proposed Improvements: Replace irrigation, replace playground equipment and surfacing, new trees, non-irrigated turf conversion in some parts of the park.

Community Outreach: Will be updated on this webpage and announced on our Nextdoor.com account and our Events Calendar.

  • Concept Plans – Concept plans are for planning purposes only and do not reflect actual finishes, colors or placement.

Anticipated Completion: TBA

History: This park was dedicated to Foothills in 1985.

Wingate South Park

Improvements description: Trail improvements, new playground installed for ages 2-5, planted new trees, shelter and landscape improvements.

Community Outreach:

  • Meeting was held April 25, 2018.
  • Revised schematic plans were provided to the community for feedback.

Project Completed: September 2019

History: Foothills acquired the park in 1985.

Woodmar Square Park

Improvements description: Replaced irrigation, new shelter with grills, new site amenities, planted new trees, new playground curb, new perimeter walkway and ADA access around playground and shelter, new pedestrian crossing along W. Peakview Dr.

Community Outreach:

  • Meeting was held December 17, 2019.
  • Revised schematic plans were provided to the community for feedback.

Project Completed: Fall 2021

History: The park was dedicated to Foothills in 1977.