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Before you head out to a park, recreation center or other Parks facility, check here for issues that may affect your visit.

Park and Facility Closures

ParkAqueduct Walk

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

The area between Kingsbridge Road and West 182nd Place will be closed while we install new pavements, curbs and fencing as well as reconstruct an existing staircase. Plantings, trees and benches will be installed to complete the elevated walk experience.

ParkBronx Park

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

Work is taking place on the Bronx River at East 182nd street in Bronx Park to install a specially-built passage to help fish swim upstream. The passage will establish a sustainable herring population on the river by providing access to freshwater spawning habitat. The project will also include a canoe portage, reconstruction of parts of the dam, fencing, a new picnic area and restoration of the surrounding ecosystem.

ParkCo-op City Field

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2014

This project will establish a safe and inviting entrance to the existing ballfields at Co-Op City Field and improve drainage by increasing permeable surfaces and clearing of existing drainage lines and structures. The project will include new green areas to beautify the entrance, a new 7 foot high steel picket fence with double gates, replacement of chain link fence mesh, refurbishment of existing bleachers, and new stone and concrete pavements

ParkCo-op City Field

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2014

The park is closed to establish a safe and inviting entrance to the existing ballfields and improve drainage by increasing permeable surfaces and clearing of existing drainage lines and structures. The project will include new green areas to beautify the entrance, a new steel picket fence with double gates, replacement of chain link fence mesh, refurbishment of existing bleachers, and new stone and concrete pavements.

ParkJerome Park

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2014

The Jerome Park Reservoir will be closed to construct a jogging trail around the perimeter of the Reservoir. The 5-foot wide stone screening trail is being constructed to run adjacent to the existing concrete sidewalk. Where appropriate, the trail will include plantings, new seating and outdoor fitness equipment stations. Fort Independence Park will also be reconstructed, including the jogging trail, dog run, and basketball courts. New fitness equipment will be added for community use.

ParkNorth Brother Island

Access to North Brother Island is restricted because of safety concerns and its present capacity as a water bird nesting habitat. Through approximately the fall of 2016, NYC Parks will not be allowing access to the island. During that time, Parks will be managing a natural resources project, including securing several hazardous conditions, conducting extensive storm debris cleanup, and removing a number of hazardous leaning trees in addition to restoring harbor heron habitat. For this reason, Parks is unable to accommodate requests to visit North Brother Island at this time.

ParkSoundview Park

Anticipated Completion: Winter 2015

Portions of this park will be closed to bring an exciting and playful space for children, teenagers and adults to play. The new Metcalf Playground will bring an exciting and playful space for children, teenagers and adults to play and recreate. And a natural amphitheater and performance lawn will allow concerts, theater performances, and other cultural programs to be conducted in Soundview Park.

ParkVan Nest Park

Anticipated Completion: Winter 2015

The existing playground at Van Nest Park will be reconstructed including new play equipment, spray shower, sitting area, drinking fountain and the planting border.

ParkBayview Playground

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

The park will be closed to reconstruct the multi-purpose play area in Bayview Playground. New features include asphalt pavement, a painted two-lane running track, painted ground games, ornamental plantings, a sitting area and the installation of a perimeter chain link fence. The baseball infield will feature a new color seal coat with additional painted lines for other sports activities.

ParkCoffey Park

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2015

Coffey Park is under construction in order to reconstruct the paths and formalize the central plaza area. The project will also provide larger planted areas for existing trees and a formal, ADA accessible BBQ area located between Verona and Kings Streets, and Richard and Dwight Streets.

ParkColonel David Marcus Playground

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2015

Colonel David Marcus Playground is under construction at Avenue P west of East 4th Street to reconstruct the park’s handball and basketball courts with new backboards and hoops, paving, fencing, gates, an ADA accessible drinking fountain and landscaping.

BeachesConey Island and Coney Island Boardwalk

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

Portions of the boardwalk are closed to reconstruct the street ends of Brighton 2nd Street and West 33rd Street in Coney Island, Brooklyn in order to provide new ADA compliant ramps to the boardwalk, sitting areas, new planted areas and lighting.

Dog-friendly AreasDiMattina Park Dog Run

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

The park will be closed to construct separate dog runs for both small and large dogs in Dimattina Park. The dog runs will encourage safe and open play while supplying proper drainage, safe lighting, and various healthy plantings. New features will include permeable surfaces, benches, fences, drinking fountains, and improved odor and dust control.

Dog-friendly AreasDyker Beach Park Dog Run

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

Separate dog runs for both small and large dogs in Dyker Beach Park will be built at the intersection of 7th Avenue and 86th Street. The dog runs will encourage safe and open play while supplying proper drainage, safe lighting, and various healthy plantings. New features will include permeable surfaces, benches, fences, drinking fountains, and improved odor and dust control.

Dog-friendly AreasDyker Beach Park Dog Run

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

Separate dog runs for both small and large dogs in Dyker Beach Park will be built at the intersection of 7th Avenue and 86th Street. The dog runs will encourage safe and open play while supplying proper drainage, safe lighting, and various healthy plantings. New features will include permeable surfaces, benches, fences, drinking fountains, and improved odor and dust control.

Historic HousesHendrick I. Lott House

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

The Lott House will be closed for renovation. The intent of this project is to evoke the Lott family’s farmstead landscape. It includes a vegetable garden, orchard, hedgerow, windbreak, ornamental plantings, a portion of the farm drive, an outhouse and a wellhouse. Bluestone paths traverse the property and ramps make the house accessible. Custom seating and a drinking fountain will also be installed.

BathroomsLeif Ericson Park & Square

Anticipated Completion: Winter 2015

The park remains open while the construction of the comfort station is ongoing.

ParkLinden Park

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

The park is closed to reconstruct Linden Park’s handball court and park entrance. The deteriorated asphalt will be replaced with new pavement to provide a safe and pleasant environment for park users. Additional features include a new planting area, expanded landscaping around park trees, the installation of new bike racks and accessible benches and the reconstruction of drainage systems for better water conservation.

ParkOcean Parkway Malls

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2014

The parkway malls will be closed for construction. This phase of the Ocean Parkway Malls project includes the reconstruction of the bicycle and pedestrian lanes on the western malls from Shore Parkway to the Coney Island Concourse. New concrete pavement will be installed and pipe rails will be replaced as needed. Benches will be refurbished and new wheelchair accessible spaces with backs will be installed. This project also includes new trees and the seeding of grass areas to create a more green space along the malls. New drop curbs will installed at intersections as well as greenway and bikeway signage and pavement markings.

ParkOcean Parkway Malls

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2015

The Ocean Parkway Malls will be under reconstruction on both the east and west sides from Avenue O to Kings Highway. New asphalt pavement will be installed and pipe handrails will be replaced as needed. The historic and final remaining granite mile marker will be restored and reset in its original location. Granite block pavers will be reset, tree pits will be expanded and new trees will be planted. Benches will be refurbished and lawns will be reseeded. New drop curbs will be installed at all intersections as well as greenway and bikeway signage and pavement markings.

Dog-friendly AreasOwls Head Park Dog Run

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

Owl's Head Park is under construction at the intersection of Shore Road and 68th Street to reconstruct dog runs for both small and large dogs in Owl’s Head Park. The dog runs will encourage safe and open play while supplying proper drainage, safe lighting, and various healthy plantings. New features will include permeable surfaces, benches, fences, drinking fountains, and improved odor and dust control.

BathroomsPFC Thomas Norton Memorial Playground

Anticipated Completion: Winter 2014

The comfort station at PFC Norton Playground is closed for partial reconstruction.

ParkPaerdegat Park

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2015

Paerdegat Park is undergoing construction. This project will reconstruct the sidewalks by removing and resetting the granite block. New security lighting on the basketball court, playground and around the comfort station will be installed. The basketball court will be reconstructed and surrounding lawn areas will be planted to prevent erosion. Play areas will have a new safety surface installed, an improved tot area, elimination of redundant pieces of play equipment. Existing benches will be replaced to meet ADA requirements. Creation of a planted evergreen set off with post and chain fence and the handball walls will be repaired and reconstructed.

ParkProspect Park

Anticipated Completion: Winter 2015

The Prospect Park Well House is under reconstruction in order to build a new composting latrine. The park remains open while the building gets reconstructed.

Baseball FieldsProspect Park

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

The Long Meadow Ballfields will be closed at Prospect Park for construction. The reconstruction of the Long Meadow Ballfields is a multi-phase project encompassing 34 acres of fields, paths and woodlands. The project incorporates contemporary storm water management techniques that support our goal of capturing and retaining storm water runoff. These improvements will also help to filter runoff before it enters our watercourse. Designed to revitalize the park’s sporting community, the first phase will restore Field One, pedestrian and bridle paths, drinking fountains, benches, and include new tree plantings.

ParkPulaski Playground

Anticipated Completion: Winter 2014

The park will be closed to reconstruct the multipurpose play area in Pulaski Park. New asphalt and a colorful seal coat pattern will provide clear play boundaries for softball, soccer, basketball, and a walking/running track. All fencing will be reconstructed and new basketball backboards, dugouts, benches, and drinking fountains will be provided. New plantings will “green” the perimeter of the park by softening its edges, providing much needed shade, and managing storm-water for conservation.

PlaygroundsSeba Playground

Seba Playground will be closed to reconstruct the current Seba Tot Lot into a playground for children of all ages. The new design will enlarge the toddler area by adding a custom spray shower, seating, and two new tot play units. Additional play spaces will also be added for 5 to 12 year olds, and will include a large accessible play unit, a second spray shower and seating area. These two play areas will be joined by 15 additional swings for both age groups. The site will also feature an accessible drinking fountain, attractive plantings, and a bicycle rack.

ParkShore Park and Parkway

Anticipated Completion: Winter 2014

The Shore Parkway Greenway will be temporarily closed just east of the Knapp Street access point due to hurricane relief work to be performed by the Army Corps of Engineers. The bike lane will be detoured during construction. The planned detour for the bike lane will be through part of the western half of the parking lot and will be connected to the existing bike path on both ends of the detour lane. The current plan is to allow the bike path to remain open, with the detour, during the entire construction period.

Recreation CentersSt. John’s Recreation Center

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

The swimming pool at St. John's Recreation Center is closed from approximately September 1 through Tuesday, September 16 due to repair work. For further information, please call the center at (718) 771-2787.

ParkSt. John's Recreation Center

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2015

The seating area in the playground behind St. John's Recreation Center will be renovated and the seats have been removed. This project will reconstruct the outdoor sitting area adjacent to the recreation center in St. John’s Park. The sitting area will act as the central hub for the many recreational activities the park offers, as well as a place for rest and passive recreation. In addition to views of the colorful mural on the center’s wall, park goers will enjoy new benches, fencing, picnic tables, game tables and chairs, a drinking fountain, flowering trees and various ornamental plantings.

Spray ShowersSunset Park

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

The bathhouse located at 7th Avenue between 41st and 44th Streets in Sunset Park will be under construction to create an attractive, historically appropriate and accessible spray shower in the footprint of the existing wading pool. The new spray shower will feature vertical water spray elements of varying heights, a central waterfall, ground sprays for toddlers, touch activated bollards, stainless steel play drums, bench seating and decorative pavements. New trees, ornamental plantings, fencing and a drinking fountain will also be included.

ParkTaaffe Playground

Due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy, this park is closed until further notice.

Recreation CentersAlfred E. Smith Recreation Center

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

Beginning Thursday, September 4, the gymnasium at Alfred E. Smith Recreation Center is closed for approximately two weeks. The floor is being maintained and improved for the next session. For further information, please call the center at (212) 285-0301.

PlaygroundsAsser Levy Playground

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

This playground is closed so it can be expanded by creating a new active recreation area on the former Asser Levy Place. This new park space will contain a diverse mix of outdoor recreational opportunities. Neighborhood residents of all ages and abilities will soon be able to play ping pong, badminton, volleyball, chess, soccer, football, t-ball, exercise, jog, practice yoga or enjoy some shaded seating in what previously was an underutilized, two-block-long street. New park features will include an artificial turf field, exercise track, adult fitness equipment, benches, tables, drinking fountains, park lighting and trees. The Asser Levy Recreation Center’s close proximity to the new park space will provide opportunities for outdoor programming, and views of the striking architecture of this landmark building will be enhanced.

ParkBattery Park

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2014

The SeaGlass Carousel is currently under construction. SeaGlass is an aquatic-themed ride aimed at providing an exciting amenity for the millions of tourists and New Yorkers who visit the Battery annually.

ParkBattery Park

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

Portions of the Battery are closed for various improvements, including a connection between the Greenways along the Hudson River and the East River. The 12-acre site will feature a meandering bikeway and walkway through lushly planted perennial gardens; a reconstructed Battery Green, the large oval lawn that serves as a public assembly and performance area; restoration and relocation of 10 monuments to the perimeter for better placement and increased visibility; a protected and replanted woodland area; new paths, trees and seating surrounding the park, and upgraded paving, edging, furnishings and lighting.

ParkBellevue South Park

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2013

The park is closed for construction. This project will reconstruct the plantings along with miscellaneous site work at Bellevue South Park. It will provide a renewed park that reflects the wishes of the neighborhood and further develops the park to provide a cohesive and distinctive park. This work will supplement the park with new plantings of trees and shrubs. It will also provide an accessible drinking fountain with dog bowl, repair pavements, modify existing walls, and add low fencing to provide a safe and clean park.

ParkCollect Pond Park

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2013

This park will be closed to transform it into a lush green space with a reflecting pool and other elements that will evoke the large pond here that served as a source of fresh water for the early residents of lower Manhattan. An interactive spray shower will provide recreational opportunities in a community where they are greatly needed. A plaza with benches and tables will attract workers and jurors during lunchtime as well as others attending the surrounding courthouses and community residents. The new park also will include a pedestrian bridge over the pool, decorative pavements, plantings, lighting, bicycle racks, drinking fountains, trash receptacles, fencing and gates. The former parking lot will be incorporated into the park.

ParkFort Washington Park

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2014

Portions of Fort Washington Park are closed to reconstruct the park entrance to Fort Washington Park on the south side of Dyckman Street and construct one mile of new greenway for pedestrians, cyclists and public waterfront access and enjoyment along the Hudson River. Construction is being done in an environmentally sensitive manner to maximize preservation of existing trees. Among the amenities the construction will provide are park lighting, new asphalt pavement and sub base, improved drainage, fencing, pruning of existing vegetation and planting of new trees, shrubs and wild flowers.

ParkHighbridge Park

Anticipated Completion: Winter 2014

The historic Brush stairway located at West 157th Street is being reconstructed with the same utilitarian characteristics and simple expression of steel and concrete as the original. While incorporating similar materials, the stairway will be upgraded to meet today's building code. The lower area along the Harlem River drive will be improved with new picnic tables, a game table, benches and landscaping.

Nature CentersInwood Hill Nature Center

Due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy, this facility is closed until further notice.

Baseball FieldsInwood Hill Park

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

Reconstruction work at the Little League Baseball field will correct existing uneven ball field elevations and will provide a sod infield and outfield. A Scorekeeper’s Box will be installed, player dugout areas will be enlarged and will received new concrete floors, and a clay ‘warning track’ will be installed along the perimeter of the outfield fence to assist playing conditions and maintenance mowing in this area. New bases, clay storage boxes, skinned playing areas and painting and reconstruction of perimeter fencing and backstop areas will also be provided. A metal container will provide secure storage for playing and maintenance equipment with an enclosed player’s warm-up area nearby. New ADA accessible bleachers and an elevated turf viewing area are also being installed to provide seating and viewing areas for the playing field.

BathroomsMarcus Garvey Park (Pool)

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2014

The little league comfort station at Marcus Garvey Park is currently closed for reconstruction.

Recreation CentersRecreation Center 54

Anticipated Completion: 09/22/2014

The swimming pool at Recreation Center 54 is temporarily closed. It will reopen on Monday, September 22! We apologize for the inconvenience. Please call the center at (212) 754-5411 for more information.

ParkRiverside Park

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2015

The northernmost A-dock at the 79th Street Boat Basin is currently closed to public access for structural enhancements. The dock will be further supported with non-wood pilings and a new wave screen.

ParkSherman Creek

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

This park will be closed to build passive recreational facilities along the western bank of the Harlem River by constructing an entrance, paths and fencing where such a facility is lacking and in need for access to this site. The project will construct a path system along the Harlem River bank using wood chips and a low wooden guide rail fencing dividing the site from the road. An entrance area with seating and bike racks will be constructed along 10th Avenue using decorative pavements and granite block. A small wooden platform will be provided as a bridge over an eroded area where the path narrows. A drainage system will also be provided.

ParkWright Brothers Playground

Anticipated Completion: Winter 2014

The park is closed due to construction. This playground is being reconstructed to provide a better recreational facility for the community, including the students of P.S. 28, the Wright Brothers School. The new playground will meet current safety standards and provide a richer play environment for a variety of ages. It will include elements related to the history of air travel in honor of the aeronautical pioneers, Orville and Wilbur Wright. Drainage, settlement and water supply problems will be corrected. The upper seating area along the path will include new benches, game tables, plantings and pavement, and the comfort station will be renovated to meet ADA and other code requirements.

Historic HousesBowne House

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2014

The Bowne House, located at Weeping Beech Park, is being closed to reconstruct the roof, exterior facades and do structural work to the building.

ParkFort Totten Park

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

The parking lot at Little Bay Park - in front of the Fort Totten entrance is under construction. The project will include the construction of a new comfort station and expansion of the parking lot at Little Bay Park to serve users of both Little Bay Park and Fort Totten Park. The existing parking lot will be reconstructed and new planted islands (swales) will be added to improve air quality and reduce storm water run-off. The Brooklyn-Queens Greenway, which currently runs along the southern end of the park, will be relocated along the waterfront and extended into Fort Totten Park. New landscaped meadows and tree plantings will be added between the parking lot and the Cross Island service road, and a new comfort station will be added to Little Bay Park. This project will improve public access to Little Bay and Fort Totten Parks and will improve the utility and public enjoyment of the Greenway.

ParkHoward Von Dohlen Playground

Anticipated Completion: Winter 2014

The park will be closed to reconstruct the existing playground to meet modern safety standards, provide for ADA accessibility, and correct existing site drainage problems. This much needed renovation will include new play equipment for young children, new safety surfacing, new play swings and a new spray shower. Additionally, new park benches will be installed and planting areas will be expanded to add raised tree pits and additional greenery to the site. This project will also construct a new comfort station whose design includes a green roof and radiant heat flooring. A new drinking fountain will be installed. Both the comfort station and drinking fountain will be ADA compliant.

ParkL/CPL Thomas P. Noonan Jr. Playground

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2015

Noonan Playground is currently undergoing renovations. This project will reconstruct a portion of the playground, improving safety within the park and providing definitive circulation for park users. A new spray shower and new play equipment will provide recreation for a wide range of children including those requiring ADA accessible features. The project will also extend the green space, mitigate drainage issues and enhance the main entrance of the park.

ParkLittle Bay Park

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2014

The parking lot off Totten Avenue is closed to construct a new comfort station and expand the parking lot at Little Bay Park to serve users of both Little Bay Park and Fort Totten park. The existing parking lot will be reconstructed and new planted islands (swales) will be added to improve air quality and reduce storm water run-off. The Brooklyn-Queens Greenway, which currently runs along the southern end of the park, will be relocated along the waterfront and extended into Fort Totten Park. New landscaped meadows and tree plantings will be added between the parking lot and the Cross Island service road, and a new comfort station will be added to Little Bay Park. This project will improve public access to Little Bay and Fort Totten Parks and will improve the utility and public enjoyment of the Greenway. A smaller parking lot is available off the Cross Island Service Road.

ParkQueensbridge Park

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2014

The restoration of the Queensbridge Park seawall will restore waterfront access for the community. The project will reconstruct the seawall using rip rap revetment made up of large rocks which will to protect the shoreline by absorbing and deflecting waves while lessening the effects of erosion. The project will also feature a six foot wide promenade with benches along the waterfront. The northern end of the promenade will feature a small “wharf-like” area at the northern end of the promenade that projects over the water. Some areas adjacent to the promenade will be planted with shrubs.

ParkQueensbridge Park

Anticipated Completion: Spring 2014

The restoration of the Queensbridge Park seawall will restore waterfront access for the community. The project will reconstruct the seawall using rip rap revetment made up of large rocks which will to protect the shoreline by absorbing and deflecting waves while lessening the effects of erosion. The project will also feature a six foot wide promenade with benches along the waterfront. The northern end of the promenade will feature a small “wharf-like” area at the northern end of the promenade that projects over the water. Some areas adjacent to the promenade will be planted with shrubs.

ParkReiff Playground

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

Reiff Playground is currently under construction. This project is to make various improvements to the playground including plantings, pavements, fencing, and improving handballs courts.

ParkReiff Playground

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

Reiff Playground is currently under construction. This project is to make various improvements to the playground including plantings, pavements, fencing, and improving the handball courts.

ParkReiff Playground

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

Reiff Playground is currently under construction. This project is to make various improvements to the playground including plantings, pavements, fencing, and improving the handball courts.

BeachesRockaway Beach and Boardwalk

The United States Army Corps of Engineers has resumed pumping sand onto Rockaway Beach in efforts to repair and restore the beach. Access to the beach area from Beach 61st Street to Beach 19th Street may be limited while the pumping operation continues. The Corps expects sand placement work to be completed by the end of October, weather permitting. Swimming is not permitted at Rockaway Beach, or any NYC beach, after Labor Day. Please visit the United States Army Corps of Engineers’ website for more information.

BeachesRockaway Beach

The United States Army Corps of Engineers has resumed pumping sand onto Rockaway Beach in efforts to repair and restore the beach. Access to the beach area from Beach 61st Street to Beach 19th Street may be limited while the pumping operation continues. The Corps expects sand placement work to be completed by the end of October, weather permitting. Swimming is not permitted at Rockaway Beach, or any NYC beach, after Labor Day. Please visit the United States Army Corps of Engineers’ website for more information.

ParkFaber Pool and Park

Anticipated Completion: Winter 2015

Work is being done at Faber Park to construct a plaza type skate park with reinforced colored concrete pavement and cast-in place skate-park components set into the sloping topography of the existing park landscape. The water run-off from the existing slopes and the additional pavement will be captured by new drains which lead to leaching basins. Existing trees will be pruned and fertilized and new native shade trees will be planted at the edge of the lower open lawn.

ParkHeritage Park

Heritage Park has been temporarily closed for planting.

BeachesMidland Beach and Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2014

The Midland Beach Entry Plaza will create a new public open space that will connect the community, boardwalk, promenade and beach. A decorative fountain with cascading waves of water will provide a focal point for the entrance to the beach promenade. In the central space of the plaza there will be a pattern of colored pavements with a series of interactive spray showers that can be enjoyed by children and adults alike. The entry plaza will also provide new drinking fountains, benches and colorful native plantings. A 104-space parking area, designed to include sustainable practices, will collect stormwater in a series of inter-connected rain gardens. The gardens will filter the water to an underground detention system that will recharge the groundwater. This work will take place on the land located at Father Capodanno Blvd & Seaview Ave in Midland Beach.

ParkMidland Playground

Due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy, this park is closed until further notice.

ParkTottenville Shore Park

Due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy, this park is closed until further notice.

Tennis CourtsWillowbrook Park

The tennis courts at Willowbrook Park Tennis Courts have been closed indefinitely in order to repair the asphalt.

Barbecuing AreasWolfe's Pond Park

Due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy, the Wolfe's Pond barbecuing area is closed until further notice.

Roller HockeyWolfe's Pond Park

Anticipated Completion: Summer 2013

Due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy, the Wolfe's Pond hockey rink is closed until further notice.

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