TOWN OF SHENANDOAH REVITALIZATON UPDATE January 25, 2011

SINCE 1993

 

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS &

 

OTHER DESIGNATED IMPROVEMENTS 

 

 

Shenandoah River Park including:

            New boat landing

Public restroom at the boat landing

Paved access road to the landing and park

Paved walking trail

Paved Park & Ride on Route 602

Wigwam Village Playground at the end of First Street

First Street Improvements including:

            Replacement of water, sewer & storm drain lines

            Moved overhead utilities to back alley

            New street lamps

            Replaced pavement, curb & gutter and sidewalks

            Landscaping

            Banners, benches, planters, hanging baskets

            Town Hall façade

            Other building facades

            Pocket park with benches and wooden rail fence

            The General (steam engine) on display in a customized building

Remodeled old town hall to include:

            New computer center

            New police department

            Paved parking lot

            Skate Park

Paved alley between First & Second Streets

Broadband-High-speed Internet service

Purchase land from Allegheny Power and built new maintenance shed

Big Gem Recreational & Historical Park, including:

            Gazebo

            Picnic tables

            Bench

            Stairs

            Bridge

            Sculpture

            Pond clarification

            Fountain for pond

            Rail fence

            Landscaping, including stone wall planter, trees & other plantings

            Large swing set

            Playground for children

            Cleared ground for ball fields

            Graveled parking lot and additional pole lights

            Bike trails

Replaced sidewalks and/or pavement:

            Third Street between Pennsylvania and Maryland Avenue

            Pennsylvania Avenue between First and Second Street

            Pennsylvania Avenue between Seventh and Eighth Street

            Third Street between Virginia and Denver Avenues

Upgraded sewer system to include Eppard Subdivision and a new line on Junior Avenue

Designated as an Historic District with 458 contributing structures

Boundary Line Adjustment which increased our population by 457 people

Banners for each of 4 seasons on Route 340

New subdivision called Forest Knolls with 56 building lots

Veteran’s Memorial Park on Virginia Avenue

 

 

 


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