Rodarte Community Center Undergoes Entryway Remodel Project
The Rodarte Community Center, part of the City of Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation Department, has begun construction on their new entryway. The community center, located at 920 A Street, was built in 1979 and is in need of ADA accessibility improvements to meet the needs of its patrons. The project is anticipated to be completed this fall.
Architects were hired to design a secure front entryway, new vestibule with patio seating and an ADA accessible ramp which were incorporated into their plans. The remodel project and expansion will also include a secure front desk entrance to address management concerns, which will improve the safety of the children attending their After School and Fun in the Sun program. This project will also ease the transition for parents picking up their children.
Parking will be at a minimum in the parking lot adjacent to the building on the west side during the construction. Currently, staff and visitors are entering the building through the north door off of A Street. Patrons are encouraged to utilize on-street parking until the project is complete on the north and east side of Hoshiko Park.
The Rodarte Community Center will be closed for their annual maintenance the week of August 6 through 10 and will reopen on Monday, August 13 at 10 a.m. The center’s new hours will be Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
For more information about the Rodarte Community Center construction project, please visit RodarteCC.com or call 970-350-9430.
Aug 3, 2018