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New Riverside Crossing Park Plans Revealed

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The City of Dublin unveiled new details on the new Riverside Crossing Park last week during a public input session, providing residents a glimpse of what phase one of the east side of the new riverfront will look like upon completion. In addition to the walking and biking paths, the new park is set to include a pavilion, a waterfall feature, bike racks and more.

Once completed, the new park’s pedestrian and bike bridge will serve as a connector between the main Bridge Park development on the east side of the Scioto River, and Historic Dublin, located on the west side of the river.

Additionally, the park’s paths will connect into the larger trail system that runs throughout the City of Dublin, offering residents and visitors better access to other parks and recreational destinations.

There is currently no timeline for completion of the 36.29 acre park. The city is currently soliciting feedback from residents during the latest design review stage.

For more info, visit bridgestreet.dublinohiousa.gov/riverside-park.

Renderings via City of Dublin and MKSK.

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