Design of a “splash pad” water feature that would be added to Nesbitt Preserve Park in southeastern Eden Prairie is among the items on the Eden Prairie City Council’s agenda for Tuesday, July 13.
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If approved, the project would be accomplished next spring and would add greater geographic balance to the splash pads that exist in Eden Prairie. Already in place are splash pads at Round Lake Park and Miller Park, in the city’s western half.
A splash pad is a recreational feature where water is sprayed into the air in various creative ways, with little or no standing water. It doesn’t require that a child know how to swim in order to use it.
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