Miles City, Montana had a city park in desperate need of updating. Dilapidated bathrooms, bent up trash cans, and unsightly landscaping demanded attention.
With the generous support of a community improvement grant from Lowe’s/Keep America Beautiful and a grant from CTEP a major renovation occurred in Riverside Park. New bathrooms were installed, benches were constructed, and new trash cans and bushes were placed. Period lighting lines the newly constructed concrete paths weaving through the area. Multiple partners from the local Rotary Club, the city, Keep Miles City Beautiful, and a high school welding class came together to improve the park.
Whether walking on the newly constructed paths, eating under the picnic shelter, or enjoying the playground area, the park encourages outdoor living.