The city anticipates a splash pad at Chaloner Recreation Center should be ready for use by next summer.
The city has been awarded a $200,000 North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund Grant which with funds received from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust and local matching funds will mean $400,000 allocated for improvements at Chaloner Recreation Center.
The Roanoke Rapids Parks and Recreation Department has received a grant for the Chaloner Park Improvement Project from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust in Winston-Salem.
The city’s planning board this evening threw its support behind a grant application that could help bring improvements to Chaloner Recreation Center.
The Roanoke Rapids Parks and Recreation Department will apply for two grants to fund the Chaloner Recreation Center portion of the Highway 158 Masterplan.
A splash pad and spray park for Chaloner Recreation center will be the first priority in an application for funds made to the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust.
Improvements to Chaloner Recreation Center would be the first priority in a Highway 158 corridor plan, city officials said at a forum Tuesday night.
Residents next week will have a chance to give their input into a master plan project which could benefit two parks in the Highway 158 corridor as well as Chaloner Recreation center.
We realize there is probably bitterness today, a lingering bad taste from months of debate on the Chaloner pool debacle.
The Chaloner Recreation Center pool project is now one of replacement rather than repair.