The City of Irving has begun construction on the Keeler Park Improvement Project, which will transform one of the oldest parks in the area. Among the anticipated improvements are a quarter-mile trail, pickleball courts, expanded parking and energy-efficient lighting throughout the park. The $1.2 million project also includes expanding the existing playground, which will feature swings, exercise equipment and covered picnic tables.
Irving residents have expressed excitement about the Keeler Park improvements. The inclusion of lighted pickleball courts and other recreational opportunities has garnered a positive response from the community. The project’s green approach to enhancing the park's amenities, such as expanded parking and the installation of energy-efficient lighting, will create a more enjoyable and sustainable space.
Recognizing Keeler Park's historical value to the city, the improvement project aims to preserve the existing pavilion while adding modern amenities. The expansion of the playground area will further enhance the park's appeal to families and outdoor enthusiasts.
Completion is expected in early 2024, weather permitting. The investment will transform Keeler Park into a premier recreational destination for Irving residents and visitors.
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