The Future Pick City Park

We started the planning for a new park on August 1, 2016. The insurance company informed us that all but one piece of the current playground equipment needed to be removed. We established a plan, a budget and a contract with GameTime Play Systems, which was presented to the town counsel on November 7, 2016. We spent 2017 raising money and applying for grants to help with the purchase of the playground equipment.We took out a loan with Union State Bank of Hazen in November 2017, which allowed us to fulfill our contract with GameTime. We raised over $36 thousand dollars in 2017 and have since paid off the loan with Union State Bank.

The 2018 plan is to continue raising money to pay for the rest of the equipment, edging, cork/chips, and parking prior to installation.The new park will be located in the current baseball diamond.The picture below is the new system and Merry-Go-All.The future swing set will be a triple swing with a 5-12 year old handicap seat, three traditional and two infant seats all in a row.

2018 Park Plans

Name a Toy

The residence of Pick City and surrounding community members, along with businesses will receive a letter giving them the chance to “Name a Toy” in the “New Pick City Park”. The toy/bench are listed below with the price and scroll down for the picture. The cost listed next to each item includes the equipment purchase, naming rights and plaque. The name for each toy/bench will be represented on a plaque or the piece of equipment
(depending on safety and warrantee guidelines).

Bouncers (0 left):

Bulldozer (purple) NAMED
Bumblebee (2 seats) NAMED
Whale (deep blue) NAMED

Diggers (0 left):

Handicap Accessible Digger (select color) NAMED
Digger (select color) NAMED

Benches (0 left):

6 ft steel bench in-ground (select color) DONE

Tetherball (0 left):

10 ft pole in-ground assembly NAMED

Frisbee golf tee markers (9 left):

Frisbee Golf 9-hole course $550 each (name will be on each tee marker). The course will start in the southeast corner of the baseball diamond. Holes that haven’t received a name yet: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.

 

Pictures Below:

Brick Red
Brown
Lime Green
Matte Black
Pacific Blue
Purple
Rainforest Green
Silver
Sun Burnt Orange
Sunglow Yellow
Tan
Teal
White
 

Frisbee Golf Tee Markers:

This is the shape planned presently with the tee number at the top,
then name of the tee and par level on the bottom.