Tenney Park - Beach Shelter Replacement

Last Updated: 08/16/2021

Madison Parks, in conjunction with City Engineering and Dane County, will be replacing the existing beach shelter and installing a clean beach treatment system at Tenney Park in 2022-2023

The beach shelter is proposed to be the Madison Parks prototype shelter which has been recently constructed at Lake Edge ParkEsther Beach ParkOlbrich ParkPenn Park and is currently underway at Warner Park.   The beach shelter replacement project was approved as part of the City of Madison's adopted Capital Budget and was originally proposed to be constructed beginning in fall of 2021; however the delay in delivery of the clean beach system to Warner Park necessitates holding the project at Tenney Park so that Parks Operations staff can have a full season to implement and maintain the system prior to its implementation at other locations.

A public meeting to review and discuss the project was held on February 16, 2021 via Zoom.  At this meeting staff from Parks, Engineering Facilities and consultant Destree Design Architects presented information on the site existing conditions, clean beach treatment system and options for the shelter's color palette. 

Via Zoom 2/16/2021 @6pm

Please note: this meeting was not recorded

For more information and status updates please visit: https://www.cityofmadison.com/engineering/projects/tenney-park-beach-shelter