PARKS AND RECREATION

2 Phoenix parks show off upgrades

Posted 11/24/22

Two Phoenix parks have been upgraded with additions that include ADA-accessible play structures.

Ribbon-cutting ceremonies took place recently at Kachina Park, 4304 W. Campbell Ave., and John W. …

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PARKS AND RECREATION

2 Phoenix parks show off upgrades

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Two Phoenix parks have been upgraded with additions that include ADA-accessible play structures.

Ribbon-cutting ceremonies took place recently at Kachina Park, 4304 W. Campbell Ave., and John W. Teets Park, 4380 E. Radmuda Drive, to show off the latest additions and improvements.

On Tuesday, Nov. 15, Kachina Park's newest playground equipment were celebrated.

The playground received two new ADA-accessible structures that include more play features for children ages 3 to 12, as well as new swings.

On Saturday, Nov. 19, the ribbon cutting at John W. Teets formally opened new  musical attractions for children of all ages.

The park also received new ramadas, exercise equipment, lighting, trees and walking paths.