Woodbriar Park Renovation
Woodbriar Park is in need of upgrades both to reduce flooding in the area and to provide new, exciting recreational opportunities. The park and stormwater infrastructure around it was constructed in 1971, with the playground added in 1976. The primary goal for this project is to provide temporary stormwater storage while also serving as a recreational area. Currently, the park consists of ten acres of turf grass, a picnic shelter with restrooms, many large trees, and a multi-age playground. The City desires to improve the neighborhood by providing a redesigned neighborhood park and stormwater system. that is well coordinated with multiple city departments including the City’s Public Works Stormwater Division and Culture Parks and Recreation Parks Division.
What Work Is Being Done and Where?
This will involve: a large amount of earth moving, removal of the old playground and picnic shelter; then new stormwater structures will be built; and lastly all new park facilities including play structures, restrooms and landscaping will be added. Park facilities will not be available during this time. Please utilize one of Greeley’s many other facilities during construction.