Public Works building demolished as new park progress

Van Alstyne Leader
As part of the City of Van Alstyne's development of the Central Social District Park, the former Public Works building was demolished this past week. The building has been its location since 1914, but the area has been the site of Van Alstyne's water buildings dating back into the late 1800's.   The new Social District will have public gathering areas with stages for events, a water splash pad feature, farmers' markets, and other events for the citizens to gather. The plan is to use recovered bricks from the building in an area of the new park.
As part of the City of Van Alstyne's development of the Central Social District Park, the former Public Works building was demolished this past week. The building has been its location since 1914, but the area has been the site of Van Alstyne's water buildings dating back into the late 1800's.   The new Social District will have public gathering areas with stages for events, a water splash pad feature, farmers' markets, and other events for the citizens to gather. The plan is to use recovered bricks from the building in an area of the new park.
As part of the City of Van Alstyne's development of the Central Social District Park, the former Public Works building was demolished this past week. The building has been its location since 1914, but the area has been the site of Van Alstyne's water buildings dating back into the late 1800's.   The new Social District will have public gathering areas with stages for events, a water splash pad feature, farmers' markets, and other events for the citizens to gather. The plan is to use recovered bricks from the building in an area of the new park.
As part of the City of Van Alstyne's development of the Central Social District Park, the former Public Works building was demolished this past week. The building has been its location since 1914, but the area has been the site of Van Alstyne's water buildings dating back into the late 1800's.   The new Social District will have public gathering areas with stages for events, a water splash pad feature, farmers' markets, and other events for the citizens to gather. The plan is to use recovered bricks from the building in an area of the new park.