Heritage Park

Tallgrass Landscape Architecture LLC, of Custer, South Dakota, has completed a feasibility study for the proposed Heritage Park near Pinnacle Bank.  Mike Fridell of Tallgrass presented the study, displaying the park design, maintenance, cost estimations and economic impact, to Newcastle City...

This concept design, created and presented by Tallgrass Landscape Architecture out of Custer, S.D., shows what the veterans memorial may look like at the proposed Heritage Memorial Park, to be located next to Pinnacle Bank in Newcastle.

Veterans Day is a day the U.S. government has officially set aside to specifically honor those who have served in the military during both war and peacetime, but veterans are deserving of our honor and gratitude every day because we enjoy freedom and safety in the United States each day because of...

Courtesy of Tallgrass Landscape Architecture

Matt Fridell of Tallgrass Landscape Architecture, the company steering the project through its early phases, had three preliminary concepts on display for those who attended the Newcastle Farmers’ Market on June 30. Pictured is concept C.

Alexis Barker NLJ News Editor   A splash pad, concert venue and veterans memorial, oh my!  All of these things and more may be a reality for Newcastle as the steering committee for Heritage Park develops a final concept for a proposed park at eastern gateway. The project is being undertaken through...

Photo by Walter Sprague/NLJ

Matt Fridell describes several ideas for the proposed Veterans Memorial presented by Tallgrass Landscape Architecture, which will build the memorial. The idea for the yellow dot vote is standard practice for the firm, giving the residents of a city voice in the design.

The City of Newcastle, Pinnacle Bank, the Newcastle Veterans Memorial Committee and other local organizations continue to work together toward the creation of Heritage Park, and as they begin to identify the scope of the project they have enlisted the help of Matt Fridell of Tallgrass Landscape...
The Wyoming Business Council has approved the city of Newcastle’s request for $18,750 to look at the feasibility of developing Heritage Park on roughly an acre of land to the north of Pinnacle Bank, according to a Feb. 25 press release.  As previously reported, the city has been working with...

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