New restroom at Victory Square Park

Victory Square Park in Hermiston got a permanent restroom facility delivered Wednesday morning as part of the $123,000 set aside by the city for improvements to the park. Other planned improvements include increased lighting and a new roof for the picnic shelter. The city is also renovating Sunset Park and plans to turn its attention to the half acre Northside Playground on Beech Avenue next. The playground will be the main topic of discussion at the Parks and Recreation committee's meeting Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at city hall, 180 N.E. Second St.

East Oregonian

Victory Square Park in Hermiston got a permanent restroom facility Wednesday, as part of the $123,000 set aside by the city for improvements to the park.

Other planned improvements include increased lighting and a new roof for the picnic shelter. The city is also renovating Sunset Park and plans to turn its attention to the half acre Northside Playground on Beech Avenue next.

The playground will be the main topic of discussion at the Parks and Recreation committeeā€™s meeting Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at city hall, 180 N.E. Second St.

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