Bradley Village Approves $3.6 Million for Park Upgrades, Introduces Pickleball Courts


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BRADLEY, IL — In a significant move to enhance local recreation, the Bradley Village Board approved a $3.6 million upgrade for three parks during Monday night’s meeting. The resolution marks the first step in revamping Glenn and Quail Parks. 

The upgrades will include the addition of pickleball and bocce ball courts, offering a new variety of recreational activities to residents.

The plan reportedly also encompasses improvements such as new surfaces under playground equipment, additional sidewalks, and expanded parking at both locations. A notable feature of this project is the construction of a splash pad at Lills Park, set to be completed by June 1. 

These enhancements signal a commitment to improving community spaces and promoting outdoor activities in Bradley.


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