Linwood Crump Shiloh Complex Improvements


Happening Now

Improvements are currently underway at the Linwood Crump Shiloh Complex including the Community Center, the ballfield area, and park spaces throughout the Complex.  Planned improvements include:

  • Ballfield improvements: new fencing, bleachers, dugouts and sports field lighting
  • Removal of the concession building
  • Installation of a new scorer’s stand
  • Improved park lighting
  • New signage at the street entry
  • Improvements to the front entry of the Community Center
  • Gym floor replacement
  • Replacement of the fitness center floor and equipment

Background

In 2019, several major and minor improvements were completed at the Complex.  Those included:

  • Removal of the old roof and installation of a new roofing system
  • Installation of state-of-the-art interactive play equipment
  • Removal of fencing around the perimeter of the basketball court
  • Demolition of a free-standing wall in front of the Center
  • Landscape maintenance
  • Playground clean-up and repair of equipment

 


Timeline

Fall, 2019 – Exterior improvements begin

Fall, 2020 – Exterior improvements complete

Fall, 2020 – Interior improvements begin (gym floor replacement and fitness center)

 


Contact Information

Sandra Travis, Program & Operations Manager
Phone:  828-259-5800

 

 

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