Work begins on $400,000 Rosemont Plaza


Work began recently on a makeover of the streets, sidewalks and pocket park at Rosemont and West Seventh.

The $413,000 project includes repaving the streets and sidewalks, landscaping and installing park amenities such as benches and lighting, and improving storm water and sewer lines.

The Davis Garden TIF fund is paying for most of it, $391,592. Another $22,000 comes from the city’s waste water utility construction fund.

The Rosemont Plaza is expected to be completed this coming summer. It precedes the $1-million West Davis sidewalk improvement project.

By |2015-02-17T21:59:48-05:00February 18th, 2015|City Hall, News, Parks & Trails|1 Comment

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  1. Jonathan Braddick February 18, 2015 at 10:37 AM

    More Davis Garden TIF funds in action!

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