Sheridan Recreation District And City Continue To Move Forward With Proposed Spray Park

The Sheridan Recreation District Board of Trustees received nine applications in their request for proposals for the design of a spray park that would be located within Thorne-Rider Park. Sheridan Recreation District Director Richard Wright says that now they'll begin to review the applicants.

Wright said that once they narrow the applicants down, they'll bring them in for interviews and presentations of the proposal. The City would like to have the spray park completed by this August. The exact location within Thorne-Rider has yet to be determined. Wright said that once a design team is picked and the process of laying out the spray park is complete, they'll have a better idea of what the project will cost.

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I really like the idea of a

I really like the idea of a spray park. There's little enough for kids to do in such a small town, this sounds like it will be perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day. If they design it to recycle the water, like the fountain at WC park, it should cut costs to run it. As a taxpayer, I'm happy with many of the things my tax dollars are being used for recently. The Bark Park (great way to connect with others in the community that are dog lovers), the recycling, and now this new spray park for kids. I didn't vote for Kinskey, but I'm quite happy with what he's been doing recently.

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Cost is no problem.Just add

Cost is no problem.Just add an additional $5 a month on top of the $5 for recycling.This is sheridan we have an endless supply of money,just ask kinskey.Especially for something that will see at the most 3 months of use a year.

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