Berkley: Angell Park Play Structure Open for Business

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(City of Berkley, June 3, 2016)

Warmer weather calls for more outdoor play time and the new structure at Angell Park is the perfect place to enjoy the sunshine! The City of Berkley and Berkley School District announce the structure is now open for business. Students at Angell School and residents are encouraged to visit the park and explore the new structure that includes a Tilted Rock Challenge Wall, Dragonfly Seesaw and 6 slides!

“We are thrilled the new structure is here and ready to use, just in time for warmer weather and the summer months and we are confident it is something kids of all ages will enjoy,” said Parks & Recreation Director Theresa McArleton. “The city and school district worked diligently to ensure the BubbleTea Adstructure and site is safe for all those that visit the park.”

“We are pleased the drainage work, as part of the Bond projects at Angell Elementary School, has enhanced the play experience for our students,” said Larry Gallagher, Deputy Superintendent for Berkley Schools. “This is another example of the ongoing collaboration between the Berkley Schools and its community partners.”

“The collaboration between the city and school district focused on the importance of developing a safe, enjoyable space that would benefit the children of our community. The City of Berkley has done an outstanding job of securing and installing this beautiful new structure for the entire SaharaAd_04community to enjoy. On behalf of the Angell School community, I am happy to express our gratitude for a wonderful new play structure,” said Vince Gigliotti, Principal of Angell Elementary School.

The Angell Park improvements were factored into the City of Berkley’s Recreation 5-year Master Plan that was adopted by the Berkley City Council at the February, 1, 2016 meeting. To view the Recreation Master Plan, visit the City’s website: www.berkleymich.org. To view more information on the bond work at Angell Elementary School, visit: www.berkleyschools.org/bond.

Angell Park is located at Angell Elementary School (3849 Beverly), and also borders Bacon Avenue near Wiltshire Road in Berkley, MI.

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