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Brookwell Playpower

Address: 2 Brookwell Drive, map

Recreational Infrastucture agreement:

Rationale describing the specific problems or objectives this project will address: "SERVICE IMPROVEMENT AND ENHANCEMENT- This project will replace the current low play-value/ less challenging playground equipment with modern multi-task structures that will provide greater physical challenges and better social interaction." Read more >>

Playground history (incomplete)

Brookwell Park playground maintenance history


This oddly-shaped has no street frontage at all. It also has almost no playground equipment (only one set of swings and a basketball court). But there are some apartment buildings nearby and a school on one side, so it's easy to imagine some kids wanting to play. However, on a sunny August day at about 1 pm, there was no one on the swings, nor on the basketball court.

The whole park has only three benches, plus two more on the basketball court. Hopefully the new playground will have more places for park users to sit. There are nice trees but none near the play area.

Photos: August 13, 2010

Generic stimulus funds signs

this park has only one swing set....

fenced footpath access from the north, no sign

there's also one basketball court
October 21, 2013

The new equipment is in, but the "Stimulus" construction signs are still up three years later

(unmarked) entry to park

the only sign by the park entry



same short swings

some benches too

coming apart a but

Little Tikes (Playpower)

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