Buckeye Skyline Park In 2015

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Volunteers needed in major cleanup event for future Skyline Park

March 5, 2014 | Filed underBuckEyes,Community Events,Community News | Posted by Editor
Article Submitted By: Jennifer Rogers, PIO City of Buckeye


Buckeye is leasing the 8,675 acres from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) as part of the Recreation and Public Purpose Act, which allows BLM to lease lands at no cost if it will benefit the public. Improvements slated to be constructed by the City of Buckeye as part of Phase I include trailheads/parking areas with connections to existing trails, a gatehouse/entrance station, restrooms, camping sites, picnic areas and an environmental education programming area. Construction will begin during the latter part of 2014 with the grand opening expected in 2015. Police Chief Larry Hall said “This is an area that will be used by Buckeye residents to access the future Skyline Park, “. Hall said. “Skyline Park will be a beautiful place for everyone who enjoys the outdoors, and we want to make sure it is a safe place for people of all ages to do just that.”
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