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San Antonio Celebrates New Developments at Martin Luther King Park

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The city of San Antonio celebrated the completion of improvements to Martin Luther King Park that was part of the 2017 bond project. Officials held a groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the installments on Tuesday, March 8.

Park visitors can expect a new pavilion with attached bathrooms, new paved pathways, additional parking, a wading pool that will open at a later date, and a new artwork called “Spheres of Refection” by local artist, Kaldric Dow.

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The City of San Antonio has completed improvements to Martin Luther King Park.

San Antonio Department of Parks and Recreation

The city said it also installed a new artwork called the

The city said it also installed a new artwork called “Spheres of Reflection” by San Antonio artist Kaldric Dow.

San Antonio Department of Parks and Recreation

The new features at Martin Luther King Park are one of many projects the city plans to complete in 2022. Last year, the city revealed what’s to come in 2022 in a YouTube video on Dec. 28.

At Woodlawn Lake Park, 1103 Cincinnati Avenue, the city said the former site of the Berta Almaguer Dance Studio will become a new community center for dance, meetings, recitals and other events. The city said the project is expected to open in late 2022.

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The city of San Antonio celebrated the completion on Tuesday, March 8.

San Antonio Department of Parks and Recreation

At Pearsall Park, 5102 Old Pearsall Road, the city announced it would be installing a new pump track and bike lanes for cyclists, along with new restrooms, picnic tables and shaded areas. The department expects the new attractions to open in the spring of 2022.

The city also plans to merge Lockwood and Dignowity parks in the east end of the city along Olive and Nolan streets. It will become a park with a new playground, dog park, parking and lighting.