Do you remember the archaeological excavation of the original Provo tabernacle which is located just north of the current tabernacle? All that was left of the original tabernacle which was razed in 1919, was the sub-surface foundation walls of the basement. The Church generously donated these foundation rocks to the city and the city has found […]
The public is invited to attend a Design Open House for Slate Canyon Park this week – Thursday, August 1 at 6:00 pm at the Provo Recreation Center. A conceptual design of the park will be presented at the open house. Residents will be able to give comments and feedback on the design. The Parks […]
Help us tell the story of Provo on Thursday, May 23rd at a Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the new Pioneer Park Splash Pad at 4:30 pm on 500 West Center Street. All children in attendance will be able to participate in the actual ribbon cutting and afterward will be able to play in the water – so kids, […]
Get outside and play! Saturday, May 18th is National Kids to Park Day. This is a perfect excuse to enjoy our parks and get outdoors. Go to kidstoparks.org to take the pledge to take your child to a park today. Did you know that Provo has 52 parks? That is a lot of parks to […]
This last week the contractor started testing the water feature at Pioneer Park.Here’s a sneak peak at what we can expect next spring. Thanks to Dean Hutchison for the photos and his hard work on this and many other parks in the city.