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  • Writer's pictureBrandon Kolo

Parks, Pets, & Seniors Millages Approved by Voters

Age-Friendly Royal Oak landing page with a copy of the draft aging-in-place plan

My original blog post explains in some more detail the parks master plan process, the cost of upgrades, and what we might do

What are the ideas for each park?

Below is the draft plan for each park. It's important to note that we are still taking public comments on these ideas and nothing will be final until December, but for the most part, this is what we have heard, and a timeline that the experts are recommending for improvements.

Scroll down to find a park. Click the park name for a slightly higher res and enlarged image

What about the other stuff?

Park improvements don't stop at the facilities listed above. From a community pool to pickleball and tennis courts, a new dog park, and improved programming, we have identified other areas that also need attention.


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