Pasadena considers installing artificial turf at city parks

12/17/2008 | Pasadena Star-News (Calif.)

The City Council in Pasadena, Calif., is considering installing artificial turf at city parks. Pasadena estimates that it would save $44,000 annually on maintenance and watering for three acres of artificial turf compared with grass. The artificial turf fields also could handle an additional 25 hours of use each week, according to a report by city staffers.

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