Tonight: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for New Como Park Play Area

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Click Here to Find Current Twin Cities Family FunWhile the ribbon cutting for this New Como Park Play Area is over, you can still visit the playground. Learn more about Como Regional Park Here. Read on to learn about and see pictures of this playground.

New Como Park Play AreaFrom the St. Paul Parks:

Ribbon cutting ceremony being held at newly renovated Como Regional Park Play Area

What: The ribbon cutting/dedication ceremony for the new Como Regional Park Play Area. This unique play area was designed in conjunction with the Como Regional Park Design Advisory Committee and feedback from the community and features:

  • A large climbing structure designed to bring you close to tree level and provide imaginative and challenging play to older children
  • Neutral color tones to blend into the environment
  • Separate play area for toddlers and small children
  • Large swing bay overlooking fire pits.


Saint Paul City Councilmember Starks
Department of Parks and Recreation Deputy Director Kathy Korum
Members of the community

Como Regional Park Play Area

Wednesday September 11, 6:00 p.m.


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