November 2006 

In The Neighborhood

City Growing A Strong Reputation

In the coming weeks, one city park will get a bit more green. City officials including Mayor Oscar B. Goodman and Ward 6 Councilman Steven D. Ross will welcome fall with the planting of a new tree at Sunny Springs Park in the northwest part of the valley.

The tree planting is part of the Tree City U.S.A. program. The city has been designated as a Tree City U.S.A. for fourteen years in recognition of the city’s program to care for community trees and for promoting the planting of water-efficient trees. 

The park, located at Buffalo Drive and Golden Talon Avenue, is nine acres. Park amenities include two playgrounds, two horseshoe courts, walking path, water play area, two basketball courts, four tennis courts, a skate park and plenty of open space.


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