LEXINGTON, S.C. — Town of Lexington officials are looking into expanding and renovating one of their most popular parks.
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Mayor Steve MacDougall announced changes will be coming to one of the most popular parks they own. It's the Virginia-Hylton-Park right behind Town Hall.
Right now. the park is 6.5 acres but it's expanding an additional 8.25 acres.
Recently Lexington developed the Virginia-Hylton-Park Committee to help fund the renovations to the park. In November, the town hosted their first Hops and Harvest Craft Beer festival, raising $4,000.
The mayor said in his State of the Town address that the Lexington Beautification Foundation has committed $200,000 to the project.
They're hoping to add more pavilions, garden and yoga areas, and more recreational spots around the park. The town is also looking to add a splash pad as well.
The town does not know how much the project is total but collectively $204,000 has been raised. Right now, there has not been a timetable for the project and a date on when they will start construction.