BETHLEHEM, Pa. - A Lehigh County landmark is getting a facelift.

The mayor of Bethlehem says plans to restore the city's Rose Garden will be implemented later this year.

The city has been working on a master plan since 2017 to completely re-imagine the park. Some improvements include fixing trails, adding a picnic area and lawn activity area, and planting more flowers.

Construction will cost about $400,000. Work is expected to start around late August or early September.

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