Redesigned Bridge Adds New Amenities to Rosen Park – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth


Posted on January 07, 2022

New trail improvements are nearing completion at Rosen Park, the result of creative actions by members of the Parks and Recreation Department.

Following renovations at the Fort Worth Zoo, the Parks and Recreation Department acquired several bridges that the zoo no longer needed. As part of a project to add new concrete pathways to the park, one of the reused bridges was fitted with a new composite deck and installed over a drainage channel in Rosen Park.

“Rosen Park in District 2 is shared by the historic areas of North Beverly Hills and Far Greater Northside,” said Carlos Flores, District 2 council member. park and encourage healthy activities. I appreciate the staff at Park & ​​Recreation working with my office to make these necessary improvements.

The new 720 linear foot trail offers much needed neighborhood connectivity from 23rd and Capri streets and is ADA compliant.

The entire project, from design to construction, was carried out in-house by the Parks and Recreation Small Capital Projects team for $ 40,000. The trail should be ready for public use by mid-January.

Rosen Park is located at 2200 McCandless Street.

Photo: New concrete pathways and a bridge connect residents to the amenities of Rosen Park.

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