Hidden Valley renovation up for discussion | Community sports news

Bellevue residents will have a chance to voice their opinions on the proposed changes to Hidden Valley Sports Park at a January 9 meeting at Bellevue City Hall.

The 7 p.m. meeting will address the proposed changes to the park, which include construction of a 24,655 square foot community center that would contain three regulartion-sized basketball courts, equipment room storage, administrative offices and interior and exterior restrooms.

The project also calls for 37 additional parking stalls, including at least six ADA stalls, which would bring the total to 177, and the conversion of the existing ballfields to synthetic turf. Three existing buildings would be demolished under the proposal.

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