As part of the “One Work per Day” plan, the mayor of San Salvador, Mario Durán, delivered tonight the remodeled park in the La Cima I Urbanization, which is now a space recovered for family life and healthy recreation.
“We continue to carry out works in our municipality for the benefit of the capital, because we know that they need dignified and safe spaces to carry out sports and healthy recreation activities,” said the mayor of the capital.
Present at the delivery were the deputy of the Legislative Assembly, Rodrigo Ayala; the director of District 4, Manuel Aguilar, and municipal councilors. In addition, children, youth and adults residing in the area who will enjoy the remodeling of the park.
The work contemplated the construction of the basketball court with a concrete floor, paint application, installation of acrylic boards, court drainage that includes gutters and rainwater boxes on the perimeter.
In addition, a roundabout was built that incorporates a perimeter bench, sidewalks, stormwater drainage, and an electrical system. Also, other complementary works were carried out, such as the construction of a prefabricated wall, the rehabilitation of the children’s recreational area and furniture.
“With this remodeling we not only bring benefits to the residents of the La Cima 1 Urbanization, but also as a mayor’s office we benefit 45 people with direct jobs and another 135 with indirect jobs,” added the mayor.
With this work, the mayor’s office of San Salvador benefits nearly 2,000 inhabitants of the area.