Tattnall Square Park unveils rain garden, new designation Thursday

pramati@macon.comJune 25, 2014 

The Friends of Tattnall Square Park will officially unveil the park’s new rain garden and stone bridge Thursday morning at 10 a.m. The garden is located near the park’s parking lot.

The park has been named by the national City Parks Alliance as one of 12 “Frontline Parks” across the country. The designation is given to parks that exemplify urban park excellence, innovation and stewardship.

The rain garden and bridge were funded by a Knight Neighborhood Challenge grant. To date, city, state and private sources have invested $2.4 million in the park and its surrounding streetscape.

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