Geneva Community Lakefront Playground
98 Lakefront Drive, Geneva, NY, 14456
To create a new public playspace for Geneva’s children; to create a greater affinity for Seneca Lake as Geneva’s primary place of social gathering, sports, and recreation; to create a destination playground and a long-lasting community building project.
Go Herons & Statesman!
October 31, 2012 / by Jennifer Leshnower
Hey, it does an alum proud to see the hard work you put in with the great city of Geneva to bring play to more children. Way to go. I'll definitely stop by and see your new playspace when I get back up to campus. Kudos.See All Comments Post a Comment
A playground can be built in a day, but it takes months of planning and hard work. To get there, we've broken this complex process into eight key steps, or Mile Markers, as you can see in this road map.
Of course, planning such a large project takes teamwork. Within each Mile Marker, the Project Leader and eight planning teams, outlined below, complete key tasks, ensuring that no stone is left unturned.
If everyone on the planning committee follows the roadmap and keeps on top of their tasks, they will make building a playground look easy on the big day!