City of Rockwall seeks input on playground for disabled

ROCKWALL, TX (November 12, 2014) The City of Rockwall Parks and Recreation Board is seeking input for a playground focused on those with disabilities.

A public hearing will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at Rockwall City Hall, 385 S. Goliad Street. Citizens are asked to provide input regarding the design and construction of an inclusive playground located at Yellowjacket Park.

The objective of this playground project is to evaluate and select playground amenities intended to enhance the playground experience for those with physical and developmental disabilities.

The City of Rockwall evaluated the accessibility of its parks throughout Rockwall in May 2014. The assessment showed that all of the City’s parks meet or exceed standards necessary for use by those with disabilities. This project seeks to provide an opportunity for all children and adults to be able to play together, regardless of any physical limitations. The Yellowjacket Park site is centrally located and has parking and restroom facilities.

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