Clarkston city manager says streetscape installations completeClarkston City Hall. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Clarkston, GA — Clarkston City Manager Robin Gomez said a recent streetscape installation project in the city has been completed.
“Contractors completed our streetscapes project landscape installations last week that included over 150 new trees along Norman Road, Rowland Street, Market Street, and East Ponce de Leon,” Gomez said.
Gomez also had some other notes about things going on in the city:
– Milam Park spring maintenance continues with re-mulching of playgrounds, re-seeding of top grass field (closed through June), and completion of new bathroom features (water, soap, paper towel dispensers) for additional pandemic safety.
– A waterways cleanup event will take place on Saturday, March 27 beginning at 9 a.m. at Friendship Forest parking lot.
– Pet Day will take place at Milam Park Pavilions from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 25. During the event, can have their dogs (for reduced fees) chipped, vaccinated, and/or nails trimmed. More information about the event will be provided by the city.
– Milam Pool will reopen on Friday, May 28, managed by the city’s vendor, Dynamo Pool Management. The pool was not open in 2020. The city will soon release additional details including the days and hours of operation, capacity and safety precautions.
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