Maricopa takes step forward for new ball fields at Civic Center Park

By InMaricopa

The city this week presented to the Planning and Zoning Commission initial plans for City Center Park, to consist largely of ball fields that replace those to be taken out at Copper Sky Park for construction of the S3 Biotech campus.

In a presentation by city urban planner Derek Scheerer, P&Z got a first look at site, landscape, photometric and elevation plans for the approximately 55-acre City Center Park that is expected to be built in two phases east of the northeastern corner of West Bowlin Road and North White and Parker Road.

The northern section of the park, which will be built first, will have three softball fields, one baseball field and a plaza at their confluence with a concession stand and restrooms.

The southern section of the park will have two softball fields, a 2.5-acre irrigation lake and another plaza with concession stand and restrooms.


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