TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — After a long process, a community park will have some new upgrades.

The Terre Haute Parks and Recreation Department will be holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate all of the upgrades completed at the park. The ribbon cutting will be on Saturday, April 22, at 10 A.M. The ceremony will be held at Brittlebank Park, which is located at 20th and Grant Street.

The upgrades include a new parking lot, bathrooms, pickleball and basketball courts, playground, sidewalks, and landscaping.

Park Superintendent Eddie Bird said he’s excited about the new improvements.

“The pickleball people are very excited. Because they have been kind of wanting us to build more courts cause they have a lot of players playing now. It’s very exciting. Probably one of our biggest projects since I’ve been here,” Bird said.

There’s also an update on the dog park for Collett Park. The dog park will no longer be happening due to not coming to an agreement on placement within Collett Park. Funds given for that project have been sent back to the Community Foundation.