The City of Paso Robles now has its first two-story playground structure. The playground features multiple slides, shaded play areas, a spinner and swings.
The Paso Robles REC Foundation, Paso Robles Community Services Department and the City of Paso Robles held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday morning at Barney Schwartz Park, located at 2970 Union Road.
Mayor Steve Martin along with Julie Dahlen, Director of Community Services for the City of Paso Robles, and REC Foundation Chairman Christopher Taranto spoke at the ribbon-cutting.
The playground was designed by SSA Landscape Architects and built by Newton Construction and Management. The $447,556 funding for the playground was made entirely possible through the Dale Schwartz Memorial Endowment Fund for Barney Schwartz Park.