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The partnership between the city of Apache Junction and the Superstition Mountains Community Facilities District No. 1 continues to grow at the new downtown Flatiron Community Park.
As a community partner, the sewer district contributed towards the construction costs of the restroom facilities at Flatiron Park, and now will add an educational signage feature to the east facing wall of the restroom building.
District Manager Darron Anglin said, “This partnership provides an opportunity to inform the community we serve about the wastewater treatment process in a fun and interactive way.”
The newly installed educational exhibit tells the “sewer story” and includes interactive panels with interesting sewer facts.
The sewer district will share more about the exhibit at the park’s Movie in the Park night on Saturday, June 24, from 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
The new downtown park has more than an acre of turf, sidewalks, ramadas, parking and a splash pad and celebrated its grand opening in April. The long-awaited downtown public space intended for special events, concerts and play has been a local attraction popular with residents of all ages this summer.
More information on the park and its partners can be found at www.ajcity.net/flatiron. For more information about the sewer district, visit www.smcfd.org.