City officials are looking for a new place to park vehicles and horse trailers belonging to riders using the equestrian trails at Arcadia Lake.
The current parking lot at the end of Air Depot Boulevard, just south of 33rd Street, is small and hard for the trailers to turn around.
Problems with the equestrian trails and the parking was brought to city officials’ attention during public hearings about the proposed Carl Reherman Park, to be located on the southern tip of the lake near the riding trails.
Parks director Jim Bowlin said several places were being consider, but the parking lot is still in the discussion phase.
Chairman Jim Roberts this week said he was against the parking being relocated near 15th Street because there is already too much traffic at that location.
Complaints about the 15th Street traffic, especially during the summer, concerns members of the Fish and Game Commission members and nearby residents.
Equestrian riders and working with city officials to improve the riding trails that have only been a pilot project.