Volunteers have completed landscaping on the roundabout near Mill Race Center in downtown Columbus as a Bicentennial-endorsed project.
Robin Hilber, Columbus assistant director of community development, said the work was finished in May and took about a week.
Over the next couple months, the city and the volunteers hope the plantings will grow to look “more substantial.”
The project was funded by Columbus in Bloom and is low maintenance, Hilber said.
The landscaping incorporates portions of the old railroad trestle in Noblitt Park and features a combination of stone, grass, perennials and bushes.
The city’s Department of Public Works, parks and recreation and community…