|Harmony Park Ribbon Cutting |
The City of Aspen Parks Department is extending a community-wide invitation to attend the Grand Opening of Harmony Park at Burlingame on Tuesday, July 6, at 4 p.m.
City officials are excited to officially open the park to the community with a ribbon cutting and some light refreshments.
Attendees are encouraged to take the Burlingame Bus from Rubey Park (it leaves at 3:25 p.m.) for parking issues.
“If you haven’t already seen it, or perhaps played with your children in it, Harmony Park is located near the Burlingame neighborhood,” said Director of Parks and Open Space Stephen Ellsperman. “The two-acre neighborhood park includes a half-acre play lawn, age-separated play areas, naturalistic water features, native landscape zones and large land forms that will certainly function as sledding hills in the wintertime.”
The park design integrates storm water from the current and future phases of Burlingame construction into an amenity at the northern end of the park. The park design also utilizes ditch water flows as a component of the water feature.