The Grove Street entrance of Filippello Park will be renovated, and town officials want to hear from residents about what they would like to see in the renovated area.
A public community meeting to discuss ideas for the renovation of the Grove Street entrance at Filippello Park will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 30 from 7-9 p.m. at Town Hall in the Town Council Chambers.
Part of the entrance used to be the town’s recycling center, but that has moved to Green River Way on the Westside of town. One of the ideas that has been considered is building a dog park in that section of the park.
Recreation Director Peter Centola will be on hand, and Glen Howard, an architect with CDM Smith, will talk about the history of the process and present preliminary ideas for the Grove Street entrance of Filippello Park.
After that, the floor will be opened to residents to hear their ideas, questions and concerns.