Winamac is once again attracting tourists looking to spend a few hours on the Tippecanoe River. Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo told the town’s park board last week that Cannonball Productions’ first visit of the year went well.
The Winamac Town Park’s new pickleball courts are proving to be a success. During last week’s park board meeting, board member Jon Chapman said there’s been a lot of interest. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board is scaling back its plans for upgrades to Veterans Memorial Park, at least for now. Park Board President Courtney Poor had suggested adding a decorative archway prominently displaying the name of the park. But during last week’s meeting, he said he has reconsidered, after residents complained the archway would clutter the park.
The Winamac Park Board continues gathering ideas for new restrooms in the town park. Board member Jon Chapman visited Logansport this week, to take a look at restrooms the city has built in recent years.
Winamac residents will finally be able to play pickleball in the town park. Pickleball is a racket sport, with smaller dimensions and equipment than tennis.
The Winamac Park Board will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight. Other than Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo’s monthly report, no specific discussion or action items are listed on the advance agenda.
The removal of dying ash trees continues to be a concern for the Winamac Park Board, as it puts together its 2018 budget. Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo estimates about 75 ash trees remain at the town park. He told the park board Monday that about six of those will soon have to be cut down by a contractor. Many of those are in danger of falling on shelters.
Vendors may now set up shop in the Winamac Town Park. The Winamac Park Board approved a resolution Monday that allows vendors and establishes some guidelines. Anyone selling items in the park will have to provide proof of insurance to the town. Park Board President Courtney Poor also requested that vendors tell the town in advance when and where they’d like to operate.
The Town of Winamac continues to try to keep up with dying ash trees in the Town Park. Several have been cut down in the past year or so, but Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo estimates that about 75 remain.
The Pulaski County Fairgrounds will soon get updated restrooms. Organizers of the Pulaski County 4-H Fair and Northern Indiana Power from the Past told the Winamac Park Board last week they plan to work together to improve accessibility at the facilities. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board will continue discussing improvements to Veterans Memorial Park tonight. Board members have been planning to add a decorative archway, and the VFW and American Legion have each offered to donate a bench. Continue reading
Restroom upgrades, ADA-compliant playground equipment, and the renovation of the swinging bridge are all on the Winamac Park Board’s radar for the coming years. But declining tax revenues have board members looking at some creative funding solutions. Continue reading
Winamac’s park department is getting a boost from some local volunteers. Last month’s Town Park cleanup day organized by the park board’s advisory council attracted more than 55 people who put in a combined 214 hours of work, according to organizers. Continue reading
Winamac’s parks are getting some new trees, thanks to some local organizations. Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo told the town’s park board last week that the Winamac Tree Committee was scheduled to plant eight trees Saturday. Continue reading
Those looking for a summer job still have a chance to work with the Winamac Park Department. The town’s been advertising for seasonal help, but Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo hasn’t gotten very many applications yet. Continue reading
The Town of Winamac is looking for some help from residents in cleaning up the Town Park. Continue reading
The Town of Winamac is putting together some plans for the future renovation of the Town Park’s restroom facilities. The park board has been discussing the idea of expanding the main restrooms in the front of the park with more toilets and additional room for wheelchairs. Continue reading
BYOB tubing excursions down the Tippecanoe River have proved to be a major visitor draw for the Town of Winamac. But complaints from local residents have led the town’s park board to lay out some rules before letting them return this year. Continue reading
The Town of Winamac is ready to advertise for seasonal help for the park superintendent. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board is weighing its options, when it comes to the Town Park’s restroom facilities. Continue reading