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Residents Invited to Vote on Favorite Design for Eastside Regional Park on Thursday

Public is invited to vote for their favorite design concept for the first phase of the Eastside Regional Park.

In conjunction with the Office of City Representative, Dr. Michiel Noe, The City of El Paso’s Capital Improvement Department has scheduled an interactive community meeting to allow members of the public to vote for one of the two design concepts, which have been developed for the first phase of the Eastside Regional Park.

Once the park is completed, it will be twice as big as Album Park and three times the size of Marty Robbins Park.

The first phase of design for the 92-acre park will focus on the design of the buildings and associated infrastructure of the park which includes:

  • Natatorium with Indoor 50-meter competition-ready pool
  • Outdoor recreational pool area with lazy river, climbing wall and splash pad
  • Community Center
  • Related parking areas
  • Related roadways
  • Related landscaping

On March 22nd, 2016 El Paso City Council awarded a design contract to Perkins+Will for the first phase of the Eastside Regional Park, which is valued at approximately $2,899,588.

The design period for the first phase of design will last approximately 11 months, and is part of the City of El Paso’s commitment to enhance El Paso’s quality of life for business, residents and visitors alike.

Community Meeting
Thursday, May 19, 2016 | 6pm
The Hospitals of Providence East Campus at 3280 Joe Battle Boulevard

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