The Village of Pinehurst has launched a new topic on Open Village Hall, the online platform to engage citizens on important Village issues. The new topic invites residents to comment and provide feedback on the Splash Pad located in Rassie Wicker Park. You can read what others are saying about the topic and share your own opinion at www.vopnc.org/openvillagehall.
The Village is seeking resident feedback on the quality and accessibility of the Splash Pad located in Rassie Wicker Park after being open for a little over one year. For more information about the Splash Pad and a list of frequently asked questions, visit www.vopnc.org/splashpad. Join the conversation at www.vopnc.org/openvillagehall.
The Splash Pad is approximately 8,000 square feet of fun, including the pad and surrounding apron. Water features are comprised of 30 floor geysers, 10 bollards, a big bucket water dump, and rain shower curtain. The Splash Pad is surrounded by two brick sitting walls and a large picnic shelter that was recently constructed to provide shelter from the sun.
The Splash Pad is currently open from 10AM – 7PM daily from Memorial Day to Labor Day and the on-site concession stand is open from 12PM – 6PM daily. For more information and a list of frequently asked questions, click here. Now that the Splash Pad has been operating for two seasons, the village would love to get your feedback. What’s working and what isn’t?
The Village of Pinehurst launched Open Village Hall to allow the public to provide input on topics after “signing in” or “joining” the Open Village Hall forum. The Village encourages residents to sign up today and provide the requested demographic information to help Village officials better analyze the feedback received on topics. Once signed-in, click the “Info” tab to “Subscribe” to announcements from the Village of Pinehurst when new topics are posted on Open Village Hall.