Architects will present design plans and a construction schedule for improvements for the Rosemont Neighborhood Center (Website) Tuesday January 7th at 6:30pm at the center at 4872 Rose Bay Drive (MAP). District 3 Commissioner Robert F. Stuart and Families Parks and Recreation Director Lisa Early will be available to discuss the future plans for the new gymnasium, which will provide an expanded space for athletic and senior programming.
Rosemont Neighborhood Center offers a playground, pavilions, tennis court, multi-purpose rooms, a computer lab, game room, swimming pool, fitness center, multipurpose field, soccer field, and basketball courts.
It currently serves more than 400 residents each day, including more than 100 students enrolled in after–school programs.
The improvements are part of $80 million in funding the City of Orlando has committed to the Neighborhood Infrastructure Improvement Program.
Projects funded through this initiative include the Orlando Bicycle Beltway, major improvements at Lake Lorna Doone Park and the creation of two new parks in the growing southeast area of the city.