City of Twin Valley Hosts Splash Park Celebration & Open House
Twin Valley, MN — The City of Twin Valley Parks Committee held an open house and celebration of their brand new splash park and community building on Tuesday night. The splash park, which is located to the north of the baseball fields in the Harold’s Court addition, was finished in mid-July after nearly two years of planning and fundraising. The project was made possible thanks to grants from the Dekko Foundation, Bremer Bank, and the Joseph-Urdahl Foundation, acquired by former Parks committee member Cheri Syverson, along with numerous donations from community members. Twin Valley City Council Member Michael Bolton says it was great to celebrate this accomplishment and this addition to the city.
For some people it was the first opportunity for them to see splash park and community building and also an opportunity to provide direct feedback to city leaders as they work to finish up the final details of the complex.
Bolton adds that the city of Twin Valley continues to place an emphasis on Park and Recreation, which is great not just for providing fun for residents, but also attracting new people into the community.
Following their open house, the Twin Valley Community Boosters offered a family movie in the park as well. The Twin Valley Splash Park is open through Labor Day each day from 1-6pm. The community building next to the splash park will also soon be available for rental.