cleveland cleveland.com 13 Jan, 2021 15:15 am

North Olmsted’s Butternut Ridge Road pocket park nears completion

North Olmsted’s Butternut Ridge Road pocket park nears completion
Construction of North Olmsted’s first pocket park, on Butternut Ridge Road, concluded in late 2020, with an official dedication ceremony scheduled for this spring.

North Olmsted’s first pocket park is located on Butternut Ridge Road.com) NORTH OLMSTED, Ohio -- Construction of North Olmsted’s first pocket park, on Butternut Ridge Road, concluded in late 2020, with an official dedication ceremony scheduled for this spring.“It’s not just the use of the pocket park, but the aesthetics of it.Maybe you go for a jog and do a workout at the park or hang out with your kids at the pocket park.

” Located across from the Canterbury Road intersection and alongside Interstate 480, the quarter-acre pocket park will feature landscaping, hardscaping, lighting, public art and recognition signage about its location in the historic district.“The art component of the pocket park installation is important, because it’s a creative, stylized symbol of a tree,” Arts Commission Chair Sue Collander said.

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