• SB Recreation & Parks Operation Update

     

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  • PROPOSED

    Indoor Active Recreation Center

    The City Council is considering the need for an Indoor Active Recreation Center to be built at Veterans Memorial Park. Timeline, FAQs, resources and materials are available.

  • City Center Park

    South Burlington Completes its First TIF Project

    Read the full story from ThinkVermont.

  • 180 Market Street

    Library + Senior Center + City Hall

    Proposed community center at 180 Market Street. Future home of public library, senior center, and City Hall. This long-planned public space in City Center will be partially supported by TIF District funding.

  • Red Rocks Park Management Survey

     

    The Task Force is a new initiative by the City to create a process for management plans that includes public and staff input.  Its current focus will be those parks/natural areas that already have management plans, and making sure that those plans are up-to-date and are still relevant.

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April 03, 2020

NRPA Statement on Playgrounds & Play Structures

Nationally, more cities and states have implemented shelter in place orders, closed schools and businesses, and taken crucial measures to protect public health and slow the spread of COVID-19. As these changes in policy and practice have been implemented, many questions regarding the safety of public playgrounds and play structures have emerged.
April 03, 2020

Tips to Recreate Locally

The Governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” addendum to the Emergency Declaration still allows us to enjoy Vermont’s outdoors while staying close to home. We thank the public for their cooperation and understanding during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Keeping trails, parks, and other public outdoor spaces open for appropriate public use is challenging with limited staffing and all state and municipal agencies are doing their best to balance the requirements of the Governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order with Vermonters’ need for exercise and stress relief. We want folks to have healthy, close-to-home options and – in part -- the public’s behavior will determine if that remains possible and prudent.
April 03, 2020

SB Dog Park Closed Until Further Notice

Pathways, trails, natural areas and green spaces remain accessible to the public.

Dogs must be leashed at all times on public land!

Maintain appropriate 6 foot physical distance at all times!

Avoid congregating in parks, on trails and in parking lots!

Adhere to all park signage!

Your compliance will allow us to keep the spaces available for public use.  Failure to cooperate my lead to additional restrictions.

Please do your part and BE SAFE!!!

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