- Luis Barcala announced a donation of 1.3 million for a large area for pets in Sergio Melgares Park.
Alicante, May 25, 2022. Alicante Mayor Luis Barcala and Parks and Gardens Councilor Manuel Villar visited the new free-roaming park for pets established by the City Council in Cabo de la Huerta. Palangre and Redes streets. The new installation was adapted by Ingeniería y Gestión del Riego y Paisaje SL with an investment of 43,493.45 Euros.
Luis Barcala commented, “With the opening of this new pet-free facility, we have reached number 16 distributed throughout the city.” “Some facilities that have been updated to provide the best service to users since the new Parks and Gardens maintenance contract went into effect at the beginning of 2021 – the mayor continued.”
The Mayor said that during this period, fences were overhauled, alberos were changed, irrigation and landscaping was renewed, urban furniture, especially benches and fountains, were installed and signs showing the rules of use were put.
Barcala also announced that the City Council is in the process of developing a unique project for pets at the Sergio Melgares park in PAU5. To the agility track and a large park with games for families with children and pets.
There are 15 areas for free recreation of pets in the city, they are located in Avda. Announcer Vicente Hipólito, Calle Anguila, Calle Cronista Vicente Martínez, Calle Cuarzo, Calle Dr.José Belmonte, Calle Dr.Rafael Ruiz de la Cuesta, Calle Manuel Perpiñán, Calle Muro, Calle Metalúrgicas, Parque Cronista Enrique Cutillas Bernal, Parque de Las Aguas, Parque Sergio Melgares and Plaza de la Paz.
Manuel Villar said, “The new pet area set up between Palangre and Redes streets was in a rather disrepaired state until the beginning of the work, due to the lack of infrastructure in the area and despite being used regularly. The walking of the pets of the adjacent neighbors is not suitable for this type of use. This is why this project is for the citizen’s meets the demand of adapting an enclosed space for walking pets.
“Work included installing a fence that provides two double access gates on part of the plot, erecting a vegetable fence around the perimeter, and installing benches and a pet fountain to facilitate accommodation, as well as posters with rules of use,” Villar said.
Likewise, a path has been created that runs lengthwise across the plot and connects the pet area to the main entrances. A recreational area with benches has also been set up, and shrubs have been planted to beautify the environment. Finally, a central irrigation network has been installed, allowing for remote control for better water management.
The work consists of clearing and clearing the area, adapting new rooms and flower beds, removing street furniture in the area, concrete pavement in pedestrian areas, constructing new flower beds via pavement curbs, installing new flower beds. irrigation network that adapts to the new layout of the park, new afforestation, fencing of the area reserved for pet walks and installation of new urban furniture such as signage, benches and fountain
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