The city of New Smyrna Beach will host a public meeting to gather community input for a new splash pad at Alonzo “Babe” James Community Center (201 N. Myrtle Avenue) on Wednesday, June 12 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
June 12 from 5:30 – 6:30 PM @ Babe James Community Center
Representatives from the city and design firm CPH will be on-hand to share conceptual plans and ask residents what the look and feel of the proposed splash pad, the first of its kind in New Smyrna Beach, should be.
Public Input Requested for Splash Pad in New Smyrna Beach
City spokesperson Phillip Veski said, “Splash pads are a popular recreational amenity in warm-weather cities and we’re excited about bringing one to New Smyrna Beach. We really want residents to have a stake in this project and feel a strong sense of pride and ownership in it when the ribbon is finally cut.”
The cities of Port Orange and Edgewater have both recently opened popular splash pads for public enjoyment. Attend the meeting to add your input and be part of New Smyrna Beach’s first splash pad design.
For more information, please contact Capital Improvement Projects Manager Michelle Vallance at mVallance@CityOfNSB.com or (386) 410-2613.