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College Station City Council Hires Designer For The First Part Of A New Regional Park

Eight more synthetic ballfields are eventually coming to College Station.

At the last city council meeting, approval was given to a $1.22 million dollar design contract that includes the first four fields at the new Southeast Park.

There is an overall budget of $10 million dollars for Southeast Park, which is located along Rock Prairie Road between Bird Pond and Fitch.

$6 million will come from bonds yet to be issued, and another $4 million from hotel occupancy tax money.

No construction timetable has been announced.

Click below for comments from College Station parks and recreation director David Schmitz from the February 8, 2018 city council meeting.

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Image from the city of College Station.

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Posted by on Feb 13 2018. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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