MMDA opens City Park Phase 3

The City Park Phase 3 calls for a wide landscape area where people can relax and commune with nature.

Photo courtesy | Eric L. Olivarez

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has opened the City Park Phase 3 of its Adopt-a-Park project in Parañaque City over the weekend.

The ceremony was led by MMDA Acting chairperson Romando Artes, with Parañaque City Mayor Eric Olivarez, Congressman Edwin Olivarez, and officials of the local government of Parañaque.

“The City Park Phase 3 is one of the 23 projects in Metro Manila which aims to convert open spaces to recreational areas,” Artes said.

The City Park Phase 3 calls for a wide landscape area where people can relax and commune with nature. It also envisions the construction of benches and the development of areas where families can bond, eat and enjoy fresh air.

“We know that the people of Parañaque will take care of this space. We are hoping to partner with you again on future projects,” Artes added.

Olivarez expressed a commitment to developing more parks in its 16 barangays.

Under the Adopt-A-Park project, the LGU shall propose the location, design and cost estimate, while the MMDA sets the criteria for site selection, provides funding, and implements the construction of the project.


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