Playground Safety Improvements Coming to Dudleyville and Oracle Park

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Florence- Beginning on Wednesday, March 19, crews will be installing new safety measures on playground equipment at the Dudleyville and Oracle Park.

The work should last three weeks.

“I am pleased to see this project is moving forward,” said Supervisor Pete Rios. “I’d like to pass along to the residents who use the facilities to be careful while the upgrades are being installed.”

The safety measures include installing new concrete curbing and new fall zone materials at the Dudleyville Park. The Oracle Park will have some of the older equipment removed with newer replacements installed also concrete curbs and new fall zone material will be included.

Dudleyville Park is located at 4004 North Dudleyville Road, Dudleyville. Oracle Park is located at 333 East Nuestro Street, Oracle.

For more information on this project contact Kent Taylor, Director Open Space and Trails, 520-866-6910 or kent.taylor@pinalcountyaz.gov

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