Louisville Parks and Recreation will be hosting a public meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, February 13 at the Seneca Park Golf Course clubhouse to discuss improvements to three entrances to Seneca Park.
Those who attend will be able to meet with parks staff and review the plans, which include enhancing the park entrances at Cannons Lane; near the entrance to the golf course at Seneca Park Road; and at Taylorsville Road near Bowman Field.
“Seneca Park is one of our most heavily-used and beloved parks,” said Seve Ghose, Director of Parks and Recreation. “As one of our 18 Olmsted-designed parks, we’re hoping to give it the grand entrance it deserves.”
Ghose said the goal of the meeting is to share concept plans and narrow the choices to the three entrances down to one option at each site before pursuing the construction phase of the project.