Project Play


Project Play playgrounds at Maidu and Mahany Parks are now open!

Phase I of the Mahany Project features barrier-free, sensory rich playground designed for children 5 and under. Fundraising for Phase II, designed for children over 5, is ongoing.

Donations for the project may be sent to:
Project Play
City of Roseville
Parks, Recreation, & Libraries
311 Vernon Street
Roseville, CA 95678

Please make donations payable to: Project Play

The Project
Imagine creating a fully-inclusive playground that stimulates sight, sound, and imagination—right here in Roseville.

The City of Roseville is partnering with Shane's Inspiration to create Roseville's first universally accessible playgrounds. Three playgrounds are planned; one for Mahany, Maidu, and Royer Parks. Roseville is undertaking a fundraising drive to raise $1.2 million to make these dreams come true. This funding will be combined with City resources to achieve the $2.2 million necessary to design, build, and maintain the playgrounds.

Join us by taking the inclusion movement to the next level, by setting a standard of compassion and innovation for generations to come.

To Learn More
Interested in volunteering, donating or sponsoring?  Contact the project manager Jeff Dubchansky, Acting Parks & Recreation Director at (916) 774-5245 or by email at jdubchansky@roseville.ca.us

View donor opportunities in the Mahany site's playground catalog.

 Project Play - Donor Catalog
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 Project Play Donor Form
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In the News
Read about Roseville's Universally Accessible playground project.

Roseville Press-Tribune Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Excerpt from Focus








Downloads
Press Tribune Article
Project Play T-Shirt Flyer
Thank you to our Supporters
Project Play Newsletter: Summer 2009
Project Play Newsletter: Spring 2009
Project Play Fact Sheet
Project Play Newsletter: December 2008
Project Play Newsletter: September 2008
Playground Interest Flier-English
Project Play Narrative