Supervisor Knabe announced recently that the improvement project that had been taking place at Carolyn Rosas Park in Rowland Heights is now complete.
The refurbishment which began in November of 2005 was completed within the budget and timeline required of the contractor.
The project included improvements to the existing park’s community building to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), including upgrades to the restroom and repairs to the interior doors, walls and floor, and to accommodate a computer lab within the community building were provided.
In addition, the project included various improvements to the park site, including repairs to the parking lot, replacement of concrete walkways and the installation of new picnic shelters, barbeque braziers, drinking fountains and connective pathways to improve ADA access. Security lights throughout the park were also replaced.
"I am excited that these improvements are finally complete," said Supervisor Knabe. "The upgrades to this park will benefit this community for many years to come."