Nottingham Park Improvements

North Restrooms

Design plans for a new restroom facility at 420 West Beaver Creek Boulevard have been approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission.  The plans include thrNP North restroomsee fixtures for both women’s and men’s.  Outside the building there is a changing room, wash station, and water fountain.  Updated landscaping surrounds the building and new path, and the design plan calls for a “living” sedum roof.  As part of the planning process it was determined that the existing path connecting the parking lot do the beach area was not ADA accessible, therefore, a new ADA compliant patch will be constructed along with the restrooms. Construction documents will be prepared this winter, with the project going out to bid for construction in 2022.

Pickleball and Tennis Courts

The Town of Avon is planning on reconstructing the Pickleball and Tennis courts during the Summer of 2022. Both basketball courts will also be resurfaced and remain in place.

The bidding process is underway with the bids to be received in January, 2022. The Town Council will decide during their January 25 meeting on the successful construction company. Regarding the final configuration (shown in the 3 options below) the comments received from the survey and public discussion by the Council will determine both the number of pickleball and tennis courts.

The construction period is scheduled for May, June and July, 2022. The new surface will be a high quality post-tensioned concrete painted with an acrylic color coating. A new chain link fence will be installed and be notably higher on the south side to prevent  fewer balls from being lost. The existing landscaping will be retained and adjusted to the new ADA sidewalk.

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    Matt Pielsticker

    Planning Director

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    Elected Officials

East Harry A. Nottingham Park Improvements

The Town’s goals are first and foremost to develop new facilities that will support special events and everyday park uses in Harry A. Nottingham Park across all seasons.  New restrooms, concession space, and vendor support areas are NP Restrooms planned around a single structure on the site.  New path connections will help residents and guests enter the park and access the existing and planned facilities.   Other plan elements include shade structures, picnic areas, new lighting, and a retaining wall to match the performance pavilion.  As part of this project the interpretive landscape garden adjacent to the main athletic field will be reconstructed and improved upon.