Construction on Richmond Hill Park Bond Project is Now Complete

A restroom facility in a park.
City of Asheville

Asheville Parks & Recreation is excited to announce the completion of another bond project that enriches the quality of life in our community.  Construction is complete on a new community picnic shelter and restroom facility at Richmond Hill Park, 280 Richmond Hill Drive.

Key features of this project include a covered picnic shelter, winterized restrooms, an updated water fountain with bottle fillers and a pet dish, a new disc golf tee box at hole one, an expanded green space, and new walkways connecting park features.

In response to COVID-19, the restrooms and water fountain remain closed at this time. Temporary portable restrooms will remain onsite at the park until further notice.

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Located in northwest Asheville, Richmond Hill Park features several miles of multi-use hiking and biking trails in addition to an 18-hole disc golf course.  This project was funded by the 2016 voter-approved General Obligation Bond designated for Parks & Recreation improvement projects, with an allocated budget of $520,000.

For more information about improvements at Richmond Hill Park, visit the project page or call Asheville Parks & Recreation at 828-259-5800.

The City of Asheville’s bond parks projects are on schedule and on budget. Keep up with progress by visiting Capital Project’s Bond Project Dashboard at dashboards.ashevillenc.gov/capital_projects.

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