Issued by: Council Member Anthony D'Esposito
Councilman Anthony D’Esposito is pleased to announce that several park improvements projects at Oceanside Park and Shell Creek Park have been completed just in time for the arrival of warmer weather and little league openings. D’Esposito toured both parks with the Department of Parks and Recreation Commissioner Danny Lino, and met with hardworking CSEA Local 880 members, who completed most of the improvements.
“I was thrilled to visit both Oceanside Park and Shell Creek Park to see the progress of projects I have initiated as we approach nicer weather and warmer temperatures,” said D’Esposito. “I have countless memories with friends at Shell Creek Park, and now, I want to make sure that Shell Creek is in perfect shape so my youngest neighbors can create their own lifelong memories.”
The majority of the upgrades and renovations were done in-house with work completed by parks department employees as well as some work completed by a contractor, including completely refurbished bathrooms, new pavers and expanded walkways at Shell Creek Park. Baseball and softball fields are ready for eager little league players on opening day.
“The fields look great and are guaranteed to provide a safe, fun season for all!” added D’Esposito. “I am happy to see projects that we envisioned come to fruition, and I am grateful to our talented workforce who has beautified our parks with their excellent workmanship.
Oceanside Park is ready for Oceanside’s Little League baseball and softball seasons to commence with the installation of home run fencing, new batting cages and pitching tunnels which will provide a safe, successful season.
“Now is the perfect time to play ball! All we need is some spring weather and we will be ready for a great season,” concluded D’Esposito.
Councilman Anthony D’Esposito (right) reviews improvement plans at Shell Creek Park with Parks and Recreation Commissioner Dan Lino (left) and Matt Biscardi (center), of the Parks Department, at Shell Creek Park.
Councilman Anthony D’Esposito (right) walks along the baseball field and observes the updates at Oceanside Park with Parks and Recreation Commissioner Dan Lino (left) and park employees.