Milledgeville makes upgrades to Central City Park

Park guests can now enjoy an additional pavilion, grills and a new sign to welcome visitors.

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MILLEDGEVILLE, Georgia (WMGT/41NBC) – The City of Milledgeville is making improvements to Central City Park. Park guests can now enjoy an additional pavilion and grills. The new pavilion is located at the south end of the park. The park also has a new sign to welcome visitors.

Additionally, the city plans to add steps leading to the park on the Tattnall Street side of the park. Officials will also install a gate on the park entrance of Tattnall Street to prevent vehicle traffic through the park. In addition to these pending improvements, officials are planning to landscape the entire park.

Central City Park is located at 720 West Hancock Street.The park also includes two playground areas, volleyball courts, basketball courts, a baseball field, Skateboard Park, weight training station and a dog walk.

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