Restoration continues on Ordzhonikidze district park
Alexander Jacob, the city manager of Yekaterinburg, confirmed that the Summer in the Uralmash Park festival will go on as planned and that a brass band will be on hand to perform. The park is a favorite recreational destination for residents of the industrial area and it represents one of the best outdoor cultural and entertainment centers in the city, the Euro-Asian News reports.
Under the supervision of the district administration, the park underwent multiple renovations this year, including the restoration of fences and playgrounds and the opening of a food area. Employees in the area have spent every Saturday for three years removing fallen leaves and debris from the park. The next restoration stage includes landscaping and the installation of lighting throughout the park.
By the time the festival arrives, the park will include an open bandstand and a dance floor. These provisions will be what residents of the Ordzhonikidze district wanted when the renovation process started, according to the Euro-Asian News.
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