Two Rivers Harbor Park Ribbon Cutting
Foth and the City of Two Rivers (WI) hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, September 30 to celebrate the completion of the first phase of the Two Rivers Harbor Park restoration project. This project marks a significant first step in the revitalization and rebranding of the City of Two Rivers as a destination location for residents and tourists.
Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, City Manager Greg Buckley, Representative Andre Jacque, and Foth representative Ken Potrykus spoke at the ceremony.
Funding for the $3.3 million phase one of the project came from several state agencies and the City of Two Rivers. The project included:
- Replacing the seawall
- Improving docking facilities (including water, electric, and sewer) for visiting recreational boaters and emergency docking for commercial craft
- Improving shoreline access
- Replacing the 107 year-old water main
Under construction now at the park site, as part of phase two of the project, are a park shelter and restroom building, bike trail connections, park signage, and landscaping