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Here's what's happening in Miamisburg Parks

Below is a list of projects and updates happening within Miamisburg Parks . If you have any questions or would like more information, reach out to us by calling 937-866-8999 or contacting us

Riverfront Park Updates

The Miamisburg Parks & Recreation Department has completed the concept design update for Riverfront Park. On Tuesday, August 16 City Council authorized a schematic and engineering design and development of construction documents contract with The Kleinger's Group. This is the final step before contractor selection and construction can begin on the project.

 

Riverfront Park Concept Plan

The approved Concept Plan for the park is show above. It includes the following key elements:

  • Curved Bike Bath/Traffic Calming/Levy Access Improvements
  • Additional 50 parking spots that remain open during events
  • Permanent Amphitheater with tiered "seating" area & event storage space
  • Central "great lawn" for passive use and focal space for events
  • Nature-Based Playground and Inclusive Play Spaces
  • Retains the current interactive fountain, "eyebrow" and archway
  • Enhanced park amenities, landscaping, lighting and infrastructure for events

What Comes Next?

The schematic design, engineering and construction document phase will take between 3-5 months, likely concluding in February 2023. Throughout this next phase a topographical survey of the site is performed and all elements of the park are finalized, designed and engineered so that a final construction package is prepared to provide to contractors, so they are able to construct the park.

FAQs

Our goal is to not cancel any events in 2023, but there will be some modifications required, relocation or temporary adjustments needed. The decision to and timing for construction of the park will take into consideration the impact to events, but will be focused on completing construction before April 2024.

We anticipate construction to occur next year (likely spring/summer) and will take between 9-18 months. A better and more detailed timeline will be made available when its known.

Based on where we are in design phase and what we know now, we do not have exact impacts identified, but it is likely that visiting the park will be impacted during construction. More details about impacts and timelines will be made available when they are known in more detail.

Based on where we are in design phase and what we know now, we can not confidently project exact timelines. We anticipate construction to occur next year (likely spring/summer) and will have impacts to park use and events during construction.

Based on where we are in design phase and what we know now, we can not confidently project exact timelines. We anticipate construction to occur next year (likely spring/summer) and will have impacts to park use and events during construction.

Riverfront Park Updates

The Miamisburg Parks & Recreation Department has completed the concept design update for Riverfront Park. On Tuesday, August 16 City Council authorized a schematic and engineering design and development of construction documents contract with The Kleinger's Group. This is the final step before contractor selection and construction can begin on the project.

The approved Concept Plan for the park is show above. It includes the following key elements:

  • Curved Bike Bath/Traffic Calming/Levy Access Improvements
  • Additional 50 parking spots that remain open during events
  • Permanent Amphitheater with tiered "seating" area & event storage space
  • Central "great lawn" for passive use and focal space for events
  • Nature-Based Playground and Inclusive Play Spaces
  • Retains the current interactive fountain, "eyebrow" and archway
  • Enhanced park amenities, landscaping, lighting and infrastructure for events

Park Master Plan Update

The Miamisburg Parks & Recreation Department is in the process of updating its Park Master Plan. This process involves assessing and determining improvements necessary and prioritizing plans to make these improvements for the entire park system, at all park locations. In addition to this, the department is also in the process of updating design plans for Riverfront Park and Sycamore Trails Park, where improvements are planned for implementation within the next few years.

The survey below will help us get an understanding of residents and park users perspectives of improvements needed, needs of park users and assist with prioritization.

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