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Birdland Sports Complex in Des Moines could get $1.73 million facelift


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Des Moines Parks and Recreation is looking to give a facelift to the Birdland Sports Complex, with the price tag of $1.73 million.

The complex currently includes amenities that serve neighborhood and city-wide recreation needs for the North side of Des Moines.

However, the current state of the complex is less than ideal: the tennis courts in disrepair can’t sustain the growing popularity of both the sport and the current pickleball craze, and Des Moines falls short of the national average of basketball courts.

With a series of improvements, Des Moines Parks and Recreation wants to bring Birdland up to speed and serve the community that utilizes the park.


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