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Arlington Res playground to be rebuilt

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Aiming for removal before beach season; access limited

UPDATED, May 14: Work on updating the Reservoir playground continues. This work is in conjunction with the Phase 2 Reservoir renovations, which will include a new playground.

As a safety precaution the reservoir access will be limited during demolition and removal of the equipment. 

In an earlier notification, the town mistakenly reported that the playground would be replaced before the beach season. It should have read, the playground will be removed before the beach season. 

An update will be posted when the new playground is open

As a safety precaution the reservoir access will be limited during demolition and removal of the equipment.

Any question can be addressed to Joseph Connelly, director of recreation at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Learn more about this project and view a rendering of the new playground at arlingtonma.gov/recreation


This news announcement was published Friday, April 30, 2021, and updated May 14.

 

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