By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter
The Phoenix City Council will consider today a request to add $560,000 to the cost of repairs and improvements to Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Phoenix.
The additional $560,000 is being requested to relocate a waterline at the park. Joint repair work and waterproofing are also slated for the park which sits above Interstate 10. The council will consider the item at its meeting today.
Infrastructure improvements at the city park are also being done in conjunction with the Arizona Department of Transportation and Maricopa Association of Governments.
The new funding is linked to approvals and funding from the regional and state levels.
A waterline relocation is also being added to the infrastructure improvements, according to council documents. Haydon Building Corp. is slated to do the waterline work.
Haydon has been leading the construction work on broader improvements at the 32-acre park built on top of I-10. Those plans include adding a new shade structures, gardens, a café, amphitheater, and playgrounds.