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  • PR4.37 Pantano River Park, 22nd to Michael Perry Park

    Total Actual Cost: $4,151,680
    Project Number: CPRPPANTP
    Funding Sources: 2004 General Obligation Bonds & Other Funding
    Completion Date: January 2011
    Managing Dept.: City Of Tucson/ Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation 
    Project Map: GIS Map

    The Pantano River Park project has installed 2.2 miles of divided urban path on the east side of the Pantano Wash from Michael Perry Park north to Kenyon Road. This project included under-passes at 22nd Street and Golf Links, allowing continuous river path connections. Additional work completed on the Pantano River Park includes an additional underpass on the east bank further north at the Speedway Bridge.

    This project was a joint project with the City of Tucson, and is operated/maintained by the City. It also included a Children’s Memorial Park located at Michael Perry Park. The entire park length is used by Trees for Tucson as a memorial tree park.

    This project also used RTA regional funds to increase the connectivity regionally within the urban loop.

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