City of Snoqualmie hosts public meeting for input on all-inclusive playground at Centennial Fields

  • Friday, October 6, 2017 1:14pm
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The city of Snoqualmie is launching an all-inclusive playground project and wants community input, starting with a kickoff meeting, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12 at Snoqualmie City Hall. Goals for building this community playground include accessibility for all children, along with inclusive spaces that are developmentally appropriate for those with and without disabilities.

The playground will be built at Centennial Fields Park, 39903 SE Park Street, next to Meadowbrook Farm. Bruce Dees and Associates has been selected to guide the city through this project. Although the city has funded the design phase of the project and a portion of the playground, staff will also be seeking community support in exploring fundraising ideas.

For more information, contact Larry White of the Parks Department at lwhite@ci.snoqualmie.wa.us or call (425) 831-5784.

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