5 things you need to know about planned 272-acre Gilbert Regional Park
CLOSE Take a tour of Gilbert's planned 272-acre regional park, which will be built at Queen Creek and Higley roads. Credit: Gilbert.
Construction on the first phase of a sprawling, 272-acre park on the southern end of Gilbert will begin this fall, the town's park director said.
The build-out of the first 30 acres will be a major milestone in what's been a years-long plan for the park on the southwest corner of Queen Creek and Higley roads. The Town Council heard an update on the project in December and expects the design of Phase 1 to conclude this summer.
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