Dartmouth Park upgrades unveiled this week

City of Orlando officials will host a ribbon cutting to unveil a series of upgrades recently completed at a local park.

On Thursday, June 22, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 3 Commissioner Robert F. Stuart will host a ribbon-cutting event at Dartmouth Park, which is located at 822 Dartmouth Street, beginning at 10:30 a.m.

Centrally located in the College Park neighborhood, the newly upgraded park includes amenities for the disabled, as well as two new play areas, fitness stations, a swing set, slides, a sensory play center, a shaded pavilion with seating and wider walkways along Edgewater Drive.

For more information on the new park, visit the Dartmouth Park webpage.

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