After several years of planning the design of Three Creeks Confluence project, it is nearing completion. Parks and Public Lands staff have been working throughout 2018 to overcome several land use restrictions and to secure necessary funding to move the project forward. Recently the Salt Lake City Council recommended an additional $1.1 million dollars in Park Impact fees to be allocated for the project. These additional resources will provide full funding for the project and allow the City to construct the Three Creeks Confluence Park as envisioned by community stakeholders and Glendale residents who participated in the 2016-17 planning efforts. It is anticipated that the final construction documents will be completed by November 2018 and the project is estimated to break ground by the summer 2019. Parks and Public Lands staff is now working with several community partners to help develop a five year programming plan which will help activate this new park space and provide the residents of Salt Lake City with a unique amenity along the Jordan River. We look forward to celebrating with the community at a grand opening in late 2019.