The proposed project is a culmination of the Town Board receiving a petition from the public to add an additional softball field and upgrade the two existing fields with fencing. Due to space limitations, the existing asphalt walking path will need to be relocated. This also resulted in providing an expansion to the current parking lot of an additional +/-49 parking spaces. The proposal also includes the construction of a new +/- 800 s.f. restroom facility which will require utilities to be extended, and the installation of a 5’ wide concrete sidewalk along Columbus Crossing that connects Jackson Road to the Town of Penfield Town hall parking lot.
Parking area at Veterans Memorial Park. Work will get underway to add additional parking areas directly to the west of the Town Hall complex. Roughly 40 parking spaces will be added to the current lot which serves as overflow parking during events. The lot will be a crushed stone surface with entry and exit points from Columbus Crossing. The Town of Penfield Department of Public Works will be completing the project with work scheduled to take a few weeks. The new lot is expected to be available for use in the latter half of the summer.
Construction has been completed on the new sidewalks that were installed along Columbus Crossing, from Jackson Road to the Town Hall. This will provide a safe location for pedestrians to walk and get them off the roadway. The new outfield fencing for the softball fields is currently underway and should be completed shortly. The town has awarded a contract to the MRB Group for the design of the new bathroom facility that is slated for this area. Future updates will be provided when these are complete, and the bid package is put together. The DPW will be working with the Engineering Department to expand the existing gravel parking lot on the south side of Columbus Crossing this summer. This expansion will provide much-needed parking as well as a second ingress/egress location.
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