Timmons Park has reopened to the public following a brief closure in May for renovations.
The park has been undergoing renovations since May, according to Greenville city officials, with work crews replacing playground equipment, installing a new picnic area, addressing parking concerns, and more.
According to city government spokesman Beth Brotherton, the entire cost of the improvements was $425,000, with $55,000 coming from grant funds.
According to Brotherton, the renovation includes improved accessibility for people with disabilities, better erosion control, more parking places, and the demolition and reconstruction of tennis courts into pickleball courts.
The pickleball courts will reopen with a grand reopening and ceremonial first serve on November 4th at 11 a.m.
City council member John DeWorken said that reinvesting in Timmons Park and other parks throughout the city is critical to maintaining a high quality of life.