A handicap ramp leads from the new restroom building to the sycamore grove in Central Park. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
The existing restroom building in Central Park was built in 1937, paid for in part with Depression-era Works Progress Administration funds. Volunteers at the adjacent Hattie Weber Museum hope to preserve the building for its historic value and use it for museum storage. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
A new restroom building is under construction in Central Park, near Fourth and C streets. It is part of the first phase of improvements for the much-loved and much-used park. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

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