High Pointe — Bradford Park pond aerator fountain pump reinstalled

July 27, 2007 at 10:46 am 2 comments

Friday morning, July 27, Cedar Hill’s Parks Department completed reinstaaltion of the aerator pump in the pond at Bradford Park.

How well do High Pointe’s neighborhood parks meet your family’s needs?  Share your comments, thoughts and/or ideas on High Pointe’s neighborhood parks? 

High Pointe has four neighborhood parks which are lanscaped and designed to provide an attractive setting for recreation.  They are located within easy walking or bicycling distance to their service areas.

Bradford Park

401 W. Wintergreen Road, approximately 6 acres.  This neighborhood park offers a 27’ X 27’ gazebo with electrical outlets,  fishing pond with aerator fountain, 1 wishing well, 3 grills, 6 picnic tables, 2 benches, 1 drinking fountain,  3,218 ft. (approximately .6 mile) paved walking trail, and parallel curb parking.

 

Ramsey Park

1313 High Pointe Lane, approximately 6 acres.  This neighborhood park offers 1lighted pavilion with no electrical outlets containing 1 table, 6 picnic tables, 5 grills, 1 play structure for children 5 to 12 years old, 1 exercise course featuring 2 exercise stations, 1 drinking fountain, 1 unlit field used primarily for organized football, 1 multi use practice field containing 1 backstop and 2 football goals, 2 unlit tennis courts, 1,448 ft. (approximately .3 mile) paved trail, and 13 paved parking spaces (1 handicapped).

 

The Meadows Park

1555 Hamilton, approximately 3 acres. This neighborhood park offers 1 lighted pavilion with no electrical outlets containing 3 picnic tables, 1 party grill, 2 benches, 1 basketball court providing 1 basket, 1 play structure for children 5 to 12 years old, 1 drinking fountain, 840 ft. paved trail (approximately .2 mile), and parallel curb parking.

 

J. W. Williams Park

1605 High Pointe Lane, approximately 6 acres.  This neighborhood park offers 1 unlit pavilion with no electrical outlets containing 3 tables, 1 exercise course featuring 1 exercise station, 1 play structure for children 5 to 12 years old, 2 unlit tennis courts, 1 multi use practice field providing 1 backstop and 2 football goals, 8 grills, 5 picnic tables, 2 benches, 1 drinking fountain, 2,154 ft. (approximately .4 mile) paved trail, and 24 paved parking spaces (2 handicapped).

 

Do you use High Pointe’s neighborhood parks?  What is your primary activity, i.e., playground, tennis, walking, picnics, etc.?  Does High Pointe need additional parks — either neighborhood or special use?  If a new park was “added” in High Pointe, where should it be located? What additional features would you like to see added to High Pointe’s existing neighborhood parks? 

 

Share you comments on High Pointe’s neighborhood parks. 

 

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  • 1. Christina Bodenstein  |  September 28, 2007 at 9:26 pm

    I am walking my small dog at the Bradfrod park sometimes. We feel OK in daylight, many other residents are hanging out, walking or taking out their pets.

    Facing fall/winter and many dark hours (especially after work at 6:00 to 9:00 pm or so), we would greatly appreciate some form of security, like police patrols (preferrably “on foot” and/or with dog) or surveillance cameras. Having the trail well-lit at all times would be another benefit – at least it would make us sure that we have to pick up (and did it) after something/one.

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  • 2. hppid  |  October 2, 2007 at 7:21 am

    The PID is currently taking bids on a surveillance camera program. The Bradford park area is of high concern to many residents and will definitely be one of the first areas to receive a camera. Please look for more information from the PID on the pilot program in the upcoming months.

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