City officials are asking for interesting items that can be incorporated into a new promenade at Wilson Park.
The items will be embedded into concrete in select areas for decoration and as part of a scavenger hunt for children.
The work is part of a series of planned projects that parks officials hope will lead to more interaction with the stream that runs through the park.
Aside from the new streamside promenade, plans also include a new social hub, new trails and new creek crossings.
Items should be flat, durable and weather resistant, similar to the metal bicycle chains, gears and brake rotors that were recently embedded into the concrete surrounding a new water fountain at Gregory Park.
From the city:
Small items like coins will be easy to use, while items larger than a baking sheet may be difficult to incorporate into the design.
Anyone who has items to donate should take them to the Parks and Recreation office at 1455 S. Happy Hollow Road.
Officials said they can’t guarantee everything will be used, but the more variety the better.
For questions about the project, call 479-444-3488.