According to a city news release, the revitalization will include creating an improved open design and lawn area, which will be used to host events.
Crews will replace the park's paved areas in a more user-friendly layout. Crews will also install additional landscape beds along the park's perimeters to accent the park's tree canopy, the release reads.
New decorative light poles will be installed, as will lights suspended from structural cables that will hang over a large paved section in the middle of the park.
The improvements are not limited to aesthetics. Drainage work will include tying the park into the existing storm sewer on Park Avenue and installing a storm sewer along Railroad Avenue and Coryell Street, per the release.
Construction will be complete by November, which is just in time for League City's Holiday in the Park celebration traditionally held in League Park. Until construction ends, the park will be fenced off to residents, but once it reopens, the park will host everything from community concerts to farmers markets to festivals, the release reads.