CHICAGO — Indianapolis, which has privatized its water, sewer and parking systems, is now eying a public-private partnership for the city's parks.

The city's parks department, IndyParks, released a request for proposals looking for private companies interested in taking over some or all of its parks, as well as upgrading existing facilities. Proposals are due Jan. 31, and a review panel will consider the requests, according to local reports.

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