HARTFORD — This week staff did a walkthrough of the new pavilion in Hartford’s Centennial Park, and the village administrator’s office confirmed that that part of the project is nearing completion.
According to the Hartford Facebook page, the majority of the grass has been planted in the park, and the next big installation will be the new playground equipment, which will include a variety of train-themed accessories. The playground equipment is set to be installed mid-September, along with the asphalt paving of the bike path and parking lots.
According to City Engineer John Griffin, this project started in March, and staff anticipates it will be completely finished by Nov. 1.
“It took a few months to get things ordered up and ready to go,” said Griffin. “It’s just last-minute touch-ups from here before we have a fully usable park again.”
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As in the past, residents are advised to stay out of this area until all barricades and equipment have been removed in November.
Andrew Abler/Daily News Staff