Chugach Foothills Park Playground Makeover Begins

Crews will be begin to remove the old equipment starting tomorrow, July 11th. The playground will be closed until the replacement project is completed. – per Maeve Nevins-Lavtar, ASLA, Senior Park Planner.

This makeover project will begin in a few phases:
· Phase 1: Remove and replace playground equipment and fall surfacing material (starting July 11th through end of August* – weather dependent)
· Phase 2: Drainage repairs – this phase will include drainage repairs to the parking lot and in other areas that have been affected by poor drainage (tentatively starting in August through fall 2018)
· Phase 3: Vegetation thinning – we will focus on this task during the Volunteer Fix-It Event on Saturday, August 18th, from 9 a.m. to noon.

Maeve will start posting updates to the project website this week.

Chugach Foothills Park Playground Survey

If you live close to this popular neighborhood park or spend time in it, we urge you to take the survey to guide the Chugach Foothills Park playground advisory committee.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ChugachPLAY

To receive updates on this 2018  park upgrade, send e-mail to sfcc@alaska.net. See new Chugach Foothills Park page on ilovemuldoon.com for more information.

Scenic Foothills Potluck Picnic Saturday, August 8

2015 SFCC Picnic

Come, meet your neighbors at Scenic Foothills potluck picnic 5-7 p.m. Saturday, August 8, in Chugach Foothills Park, Pioneer Drive at Muldoon Road. Family friendly. Please bring a dish of food to share with others. Homemade rhubarb dessert competition. Sponsored by Scenic Foothills Community Council. See you there!

SFCC meeting February 5

Scenic Foothills Community Council meeting 7 p.m. Thursday, February 5, at Wayland Baptist University, 7801 East 32nd Avenue. Chugach Foothills Park playground concepts and council bylaws updates will be on the agenda. The February newsletter is here and the SFCC website is here or find us on Facebook.

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Pioneer Drive Iris Rescue saves flowers for our parks

Volunteers rescued about 40 irises from the Pioneer Drive median garden May 17. Anemones and American flags adorned the median on Memorial Day. Construction crews took a day off from upgrading the street with curbs and gutters and safer parking for Chugach Foothills Park. Some irises will go to other parks.