What's new for Zaporizhzhia in 2022

Is the renovation of the Khortytsia National Reserve continuing a sketch of the future project for the improvement of the embankment, the first urban park and the continuation of the program "City Code" - changes that await Zaporizhzhia in 2022.

The renovation of the Khortytsia National Reserve continues. Among the plans for 2022 and the following years are the construction of the Museum of Navigation, the reconstruction of the interior of the Museum of the History of the Zaporizhzhia Cossacks, the construction of the square "Singing Field".

In November 2021, a sketch of a future embankment improvement project was presented in Zaporizhzhia. The project provides bicycle paths, an area for active recreation, a beach area, an extreme park and playgrounds. Also, according to the sketches, it is possible to expand the sidewalk area, arrange a pedestrian crossing. The project was created as part of the previous visualization and will be presented after completion.

In 2021, a project on the construction of bicycle paths was also presented in Zaporizhzhia. The program envisages the creation of an integrated cycling route along the Coastal Highway from Novokuznetska Street in the Southern District to Tyulenina Street. To implement the first stage of the project, the developers offer a section from Gliserna Street to Zaporizhzhia Street.

The city plans to build a modern urban park. The first urban park was recently opened at the capital's ENEA. The next step is the construction of such locations throughout Ukraine. One of them may soon appear in Zaporizhzhia.
The park will include playgrounds for various street cultures, such as parkour, skateboarding, workout, basketball.

The implementation of the "City Code" program continues. The purpose of the concept is to improve the appearance of the streets, preservation of architectural and historical monuments; creating conditions for the development of tourism in Zaporizhzhia. The positive results of the program have already been demonstrated.

In addition, in 2022 it is planned to install 40 special memorial plaques on houses that are part of the cultural heritage of our city.

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