As announced last week in an interview with Manchester Parks and Recreation Director Bonnie Gamble on WMSR, a paving project is being done at Manchester’s Fred Deadman Park.
The city will spend approximately $50-60,000 of its paving budget to have the roads and parking areas paved for the first time in the park’s long history.
The park is known for its beautiful ball fields, river, greenway and recreational spaces, and the parking area and roads have never been paved or striped.
The funding will come out of the street department’s paving fund. Rogers Group is doing the paving but prep work has been done by the city’s street department over a 3 week period.
Brent Carter told WMSR that they hoping the project will be done in the next couple of weeks.