Indian School Park Lake Rehabilitation
The City of Scottsdale is getting ready to rehabilitate Indian School Lake at the northwest corner of Indian School and Hayden roads within the Indian Bend Wash Greenbelt. Indian School Lake is used to irrigate the surrounding park. The lake liner is old, deteriorating and needs to be replaced to stop water loss.
Construction work will begin April 4 and take approximately 5 months to complete. Crews will be working between sunrise and sunset Monday through Friday.
During construction the lake will be drained and several of the paths around the lake will be closed. All animals living in and around the lake will be relocated prior the start of construction.
Upon completion, the lake will include a concrete edge, a 10-foot graduated slope from shore to lake bottom and a PVC liner. The lake will also include a new aeration and recirculation system.
Several mature trees around the lake must be removed, but several new trees will be replanted as part of the project. Additional improvements will be made to the area surrounding the lake including storm drain system and irrigation pumps.
Plan Preview Open House
Join us for an open house from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 23 at Indian School Park Community Center, 4289 N. Hayden Road to view plans and ask any construction-related questions you have.