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- Performance space
- Picnic tables
- Play area - ADA
- Public art
- Sand play
- Sports / Play field - informal
- Water spigot
Monroe Park is a 2.58 acre neighborhood park, located just west of downtown Eugene in the Jefferson/Westside neighborhood, at the intersection of Broadway and Monroe streets. This park was formerly the site of Lincoln Elementary School that became a city park in 1961. It has received additional development and renovation several times over the years; in 1977, again in 1984, and most recently in 2005. The stately cornerstone park features rolling hills, public art, a play area, and picnic areas.
- 2.58 acres
- South region
- Jefferson Westside Neighborhood
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