Sanborn Park is a favored Greeley location for walking, fishing and playing. Starting next week, however, work will begin to replace the asphalt pathway throughout the park, making it difficult for walking in the short-term, but much more enjoyable over the long-term.
Located at 2031 28th Avenue, the entire pathway interior to the park will be replaced with a new concrete path and the parking lot located on the northwest corner of the park will be used to stage construction equipment. Depending on weather, the project should take three to four weeks to complete.
“The park is really popular with walkers who love getting in their steps at Sanborn. During construction we hope they explore other city parks,” said Parks Planner Sarah Boyd.
The playground, shelter and lake will remain accessible to the public. Shelter rentals will continue to be available as well.
For additional information about park locations throughout the City of Greeley and shelter reservation information, visit greeleygov.com/parks.