Pittsfield: Ceremony to dedicate Silver Lake Walkway
Mayor Daniel L. Bianchi and the Pittsfield Economic Development Authority will dedicate the recently completed Silver Lake Walkway, between East and Fourth Streets, at 10 a.m. Friday, May 23.
A ribbon cutting ceremony will officially open the reclaimed lake and shoreline, with benches and plantings, as the city’s newest recreational amenity.
Now in use by the public, Silver Lake is open for nature-watching, boating and winter skating. The lake hosts a variety of fish species, including largemouth bass, carp and sunfish, for catch and release fishing. The banks have been replanted with grasses, shrubs and trees and a handicap accessible pedestrian walkway graces the northern and eastern shorelines.
Guests attending the dedication ceremony are asked to park in the lot next to the Western Massachusetts Electric Company solar facility along Silver Lake Boulevard and proceed to the tent adjacent to the driveway.
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