Arch Street Park Closed For Rehabilitation Project

Monday, December 28, 2020 at 9:56 AM

By City of Lawrenceburg, news release

Improvements to Arch Street Park could be completed by early Spring.

Photo provided.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Arch Street Park (320 Arch St.) and restrooms CLOSED until further notice for park & playground rehabilitation project.

The Arch Street Park Playground Committee of area residents and community members, led by Mayor Kelly Mollaun, set forward over the last several months to review existing playground infrastructure conditions, address recreational concerns, and improve accessibility for outdoor play environments for people of all ages and abilities.  Members included Sallee Johns, Joe Vogelgesang, Erin, Nicole & Taylor Ratliff, Grace Brown, A.J. Waltz, Connie Knue, Tina Zint, Bonnie Vise, Guinevere Emery & Mario Todd.  The Arch Street Park Playground Committee members shared input for creating playground design features that would be safe, fun and promote exceptional play experiences featured in the City of Lawrenceburg's award-winning Parks.

Recently approved by Mayor Mollaun and Lawrenceburg City Council, the Arch Street Park Inclusive Playground by Sinclair Recreation, will feature many exciting amenities such as an ADA accessible Hybrid Structure, more swings, Shadow Play Tri Runner, RoxAll See Saw, Merry Go Round, Infinity Bowl, and Synthetic Turf.  The Arch Street Park Playground will also become a National Demonstration Site to promote the power of Inclusive Play and is partially funded by a GameTime Grant of $190,403.

Anticipated Arch Street Park & playground rehabilitation project to be completed, weather dependent, in early spring 2021.

For more information contact Mario Todd at or call 812-532-3556.


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