Indian Trace Park Redesign / Improvement Project
Indian Trace Park, located at 400 Indian Trace, adjacent to Indian Trace Elementary School, is currently receiving a face-lift and much more after 20+ years.
The current facilities are a little sparse and it is hoped that the improvements will create a desire for area residents to utilize the enhanced amenities and provide easy access to the newly upgraded facility.
Renovations will include the following highlights:
- New playground with shade canopy and poured in place safety surfacing
- Renovated baseball and multipurpose fields
- Resurfaced basketball courts
- Fitness stations with shade canopy
- Bike Fixit Repair Station
- Parking lot
- Lighted walkway
Dedicated parking, accessed from Saddle Club Road, will allow park use without intrusion on the Indian Trace Elementary School campus. There will be ADA improvements to the park along with modifications to existing drainage, water, and sewer infrastructure, so the public should expect to see a lot of dirt moved before the beautification phase begins.
Park users will also enjoy lighted walkways, improved open spaces and a convenient restroom. The courts will not be lit at night so as not to disturb nearby neighborhoods, and there are no bleachers as the fields are not intended for organized sports leagues. Indian Trace Park is a neighborhood park and fields are for use on a first-come, first-serve basis by residents, families and visitors.
Construction began in late November 2018 and completion is anticipated in March 2019. The park will be closed during construction.
An Open House regarding the redesign was held for residents on October 17, 2017 at Weston City Hall.