Wichita City Council approves Delano upgrades

The renderings show suggested improvements to the Delano district. (Courtesy: City of Wichita)

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Wichita’s City Council members approved nearly $30 million to go to the Delano District and Lawrence Dumont Stadium on Tuesday.

Two thirds of the TIF project would turn the stadium into a combination baseball park and soccer field that would have the ability to host more concerts and festivals.

The remaining $10 million would be spent on street maintenance, parking and paths.

Most of the money will come by diverting property taxes, while around $10 million will come from special bonds.


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