There’s an open house planned for this stormwater park project in Virginia Beach

(Southside Daily/Courtesy of the city of Virginia Beach)
(Southside Daily/Courtesy of the city of Virginia Beach)

VIRGINIA BEACH – Public Works here has scheduled an open house for the Bow Creek Stormwater Park project.

The event will be on Oct. 3 at the Bow Creek Recreation Center, 3427 Club House Road, between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.

The project involves the construction of a stormwater park that will be adjacent to the Bow Creek Recreation Center, officials said.

It will be an informal meeting and is open to the public.

A presentation will be made during the first 30 minutes of the meeting, and then representatives from Public Works and Parks and Recreation will be available to discuss the proposed stormwater park with residents and answer questions.

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