The project covers a total area of 24,575 sqm, costing $4.10 million
Abu Dhabi Municipality on Tuesday announced that four new public parks have been set up in the emirate’s Shakhbout City suburb. Spanning more than 24,000 sqm. these pocket parks have been set up at a cost of $4.17 million.
The Municipality said that it has plans to increase the number of pocket parks in Shakhbout City in the future to ensure that the community has adequate space for leisure. The new parks include play spaces, play equipment, seating areas, barbeque stations, greenery, and lighting infrastructure.
It has been reported that the two park covers an area of 6,565 sqm., the third park covers 7,188 sqm., and the fourth park covers 4,257 sqm. The Municipality added that the construction of the parks is part of its commitment to making residents happy and providing service and entertainment facilities to the community that the improve their quality of life.
This is in line with the directives of the Abu Dhabi Government to offer citizens, residents and visitors of the city of Abu Dhabi and its suburbs comfort, stability and happiness, the Municipality added.