Patriots Park in Alabaster is Coming Soon—Details Here

The construction plans for Patriots Park set to break ground soon.
(Department of Public Relations / City of Alabaster)

Patriots Park in Alabaster will bring green spaces, basketball courts, pavilions and more. Read on for more details regarding this new development.

Everything you need to know about the upcoming Patriots Park in Alabaster

The city of Alabaster announced its plans for constructing a $4.1 million dollar park back in 2021 and now construction is set to begin. The park will be known as Patriots Park, it will feature walking trails, basketball courts and green space for community events. It will be a great addition to Alabaster as it is growing.

Nick Wagner, head of public relations for the city of Alabaster expressed his excitement about the new city’s addition.

“We’ve long had a need for a city park serving the northern end of Alabaster, and Patriots Park is going to be a first-class facility the entire city can enjoy. It will provide space for many different activities, from family picnics to pickle ball and basketball games to leisurely walks on the trail. We can’t wait to break ground this summer and begin this long-awaited project.”

Nick Wagner, Head of Public Relations, City of Alabaster

New Green Beginnings out of Former Endings

The construction of this park will happen on land that formerly hosted high school sports. The city hired InSite Engineering, LLC to design the architectural aspects of the park. City Council approved construction last Monday and they are planning to break ground this summer. The entire construction process should take a year, Wagner confirmed.

So get ready, Alabaster! Take your picnic baskets out of storage, dust off your old walking shoes and call your friends up for basketball games. Patriots Park awaits you. Oh, and for those pickle ball fans out there, they have a place for you too.

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Camille Womack
Camille Womack
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