Plymouth City Council Look at Final Design for Plymouth Creek Center
On Thursday, the Plymouth City Council saw what could be the final design for the Plymouth Creek Center expansion project.
The city is looking to expand the 30,000 square foot community center by about 80,000 square feet. That’s more than triple the current size.
The facility would feature senior spaces, an art studio and gym spaces.
“Overall what people wanted was a year-long walk track that they can utilize,” said Plymouth Mayor Jeff Wosje. “I was surprised how many seniors said they use the track inside the dome during the winter time. But in the summer when we have hot humid days, there’s really no where they can go walking because they can’t go walking outside when it’s that humid or hot out.”
“We’ll be renovating the existing building and try to bring it to current trends and looks so we can continue to do those community events and wedding and other corporate functions,” added Plymouth Parks and Recreation Director Diane Evans.
The project will cost about $50 million. The city is seeking $15 million dollars in state bond funds. The city council is expected to vote on the design at its meeting Tuesday.
To learn more about the Plymouth Creek Center expansion project, click here.