Indigenous Peoples' Park Playground

Updated: December 10, 2020

The newly remodeled Indigenous Peoples' Park Playground is now open! 


Updated: November 3, 2020

Construction is underway at Indigenous Peoples' Park! Playground footings, equipment, and new asphalt were recently installed, New playground surfacing, benches, and bike racks should be installed next week (week of Nov. 9th). 


Updated: September 29, 2020

Thanks to all who joined us this summer at the Indigenous Peoples' Park Playground information meeting in August! Based on community feedback, there was overwhelming support for removing the sand at the playground and adding new ADA accessibility features. The lime green and aqua blue color design shown above was the winning option selected by the public. The playground will be closed for demolition and construction in October 2020, and will likely reopen in spring 2021.

For more information, review the project summary: Indigenous Peoples' Park Playground Summary.

Children received We Care Crew bags and reviewed options for the new playground.

Photos (clockwise from top left): Children from the neighborhood learned about the new playground, selected their favorite options, and received We Care Crew resource bags! Supervisor Felesia Martin explains the playground project. Parks staff discuss features of the new playground with local residents. 

Review the project scope in the  2020 County Capital Budget

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