Abu Dhabi gets Dh12million park
Abu Dhabi - The new park spans 4538 square metres and is covered with ground plants and landscaped areas, including 240 trees and 63 palm trees.
Marking the opening of the 36th Afforestation Week themed "Together Let Us Plant The UAE," a new Dh12 million park been opened in Mohammed bin Zayed City - ME-10 Sector, covering an area of 19,662,65 square metres.
Musabbah Mubarak Al Murar, Acting General Manager of Abu Dhabi Municipality said: "The Municipality is moving ahead with its plan to diversify parks and recreational facilities in Abu Dhabi city and suburbs, as well as in modern and rapidly growing cities such as Mohammed Bin Zayed City. This initiative will suffice the needs of community members of parks and recreational facilities."
The new park spans 4538 square metres costing more than 12million dirhams and is covered with ground plants and landscaped areas, including 240 trees and 63 palm trees. It also contains 597,25 square meters of artificial green spaces, with an automated sub-surface irrigation system.
The park also features 89 various-sized seats, 28 tables, 33 rubbish bins and nine different games.
The park has an area of more than 1,936.56 square metes of rubber flooring, in addition to paved corridors extending over an area of more than 3,382.3 square metres, in addition to 3,962,83 square meters of gravel floor and 2,256.64 square mete floored in sand.
The metal fence extends over 566,6 meters, offering full protection to all park goers, especially children, in addition to 952,2 square metres of sunshades.
Mohammed Bin Zayed City covers an area of 3,49 square kilometres with a population more than 324.125 people and expected to soar up to approximately 215,000 people after all areas are occupied.