Margaret T. Hance Park Revitalization Project is a public-private partnership led by the Hance Park Partner Coalition, consisting of the
Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department,
Phoenix Community Alliance and
Hance Park Conservancy.
Funding for the Hance Park Revitalization Project, estimated at $100 million, will come from public and private sources. City of Phoenix has dedicated $15 million of voter-approved Phoenix
Parks and Preserve Initiative (PPPI) funds toward the project. A fundraising campaign is being led by the Phoenix Community Alliance and Hance Park Conservancy to generate private funding.
Questions and feedback about the project may be provided to email@example.com.
The final Hance Park Master Plan was approved by the Phoenix Parks and Recreation Board in March 2014, with refinements approved by the Board in April 2016.
Hance Park Events:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all large gatherings and events on city park property have been canceled or postponed until further notice.
The Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department is offering FitPHX Virtual programs. These activities were
previously offered in Hance Park, but due to COVID-19 are
being made available online.
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Hance Park site plan and designs (updated Nov. 2019)(also viewable in the gallery below)
Fiesta Bowl Play design
(updated Nov. 2019)
Fiesta Bowl Commits $2 Million to Hance Park Revitalization Project
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2017 Hance Park Economic Impact Analysis