The Greentree Accessible Playground Project came to a close on Saturday, June 16.
The project held an open house to celebrate the installation of the donor sign in front of the park.
While the playground has been open since August of last year, the sign was the last piece on the road to completion.
This is a big day for us. We have worked hard to get to this point. This feels like the last piece of the puzzle, to get the donor side in and show appreciation to our donors," said playground coordinator, Nikki Isley.
The biggest reason for the playground was to provide a place where all kids could play, including those with disabilities.
"We needed more accessible features for kids with disabilities, plus with a school with over 400 kids, we felt we needed a little more room and equipment," continued Isley.
The biggest expense for the project was the pour-in-place rubber, which was essential for providing a soft landing in the case of a fall.
"From what we have heard, the kids have really enjoyed it. It has been well played with and the teachers love having a place for the kids to burn off some steam," said Isley.