The Kiwanis Kids Spray Park at Pioneer Park is part of a larger project that replaced the aging play structure, removed the out-of-code wading pool, is upgrading sanitary sewer service, and installing a new spray park.
A ribbon cutting at Kiwanis Kids Spray Park at Pioneer Park in Puyallup, Wash., where the Downtown Puyallup Club partnered with the city parks department to build the park. Ground has been broken and the $386,000.00 park is under construction. The water park is being built on the existing city park downtown. Dr. John Button, Kiwanis International president, cut the ribbon with Scott Engle, club president and City officials.
This project is funded by Puyallup Parks CIP funds and by donation from the Kiwanis Club of Puyallup.