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City Seeks Public Input on Parks, Playgrounds

The city of Glendale will be replacing the playgrounds at Adams Square Mini Park and Mayors Bicentennial Park this fall. Community members are invited to get involved and share their input on the playgrounds through their respective online community survey, in English, Armenian and Spanish.

The public is invited to visit GlendaleCA.gov/Playgrounds to get more information and take the surveys. The surveys will be available through June 23.

Based on the feedback the city receives, conceptual designs will be developed for the playgrounds and presented to the public this summer.

First published in the June 15 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.

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