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Update: 12/29/17 the Future of Palmyra’s Waterfront!

The dedication and ribbon cutting  is canceled to a later date.

Update for 12/29/17-Dedication and ribbon cutting today, December 29, 2017 at 1:00 PM

The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders will be joined by elected officials from the Borough of Palmyra to mark the dedication of the new Palmyra Promenade Park with a ribbon cutting ceremony today December 29, 2017 at 1:00 PM.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

Update for 8/30/17-Construction almost complete!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IT’S OFFICIAL — PALMYRA’S NEW WATERFRONT PARK IS NOW NAMED….

PALMYRA PROMENADE

On July 17th the Mayor and Borough Council overwhelmingly chose Palmyra Promenade as the name for our newest park! Thank you to everyone who submitted names and participated in the process. By the way, Palmyra Promenade was your overwhelming choice too! Also, Promenade Park should be open to the public about mid-September!

 

Check out these beautiful one-of-a-kind (well, two of a kind!) custom-designed and constructed fish bike racks!

More like sculptures really — true works of art!

Fish Rack 1 (002)Fish Rack 2 (002)

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These bicycle racks will be installed at our new Waterfront Park along with benches donated by residents.

Construction is scheduled to start by the first week of June. July 4th is our target date for completion!

We’re still looking for names so submit your ideas soon!

The Future of the Waterfront is Here!

And we want your help naming Palmyra’s newest park!

Submit your ideas to Mayor Michelle Arnold at marnold@boroughofpalmyra.com!

Future of the Waterfront Palmyra FINAL

 

Future of the Waterfront Palmyra FINAL (002)Park located on Bank Avenue (on the Delaware River) between Morgan and Garfield Avenues.

Project funded by a grant from the Burlington County Freeholders via the Municipal Park Development Program.