IGH Inclusive Playground

Parks and playgrounds speak to our future. They show a community truly investing in its legacy. The encouragement and opportunity to play outdoors without barriers is important in not only teaching children about healthy lifestyles, but in helping to maintain active lifestyles for every generation.

This playground will benefit the entire community in many ways, both immediate and long term. It creates a destination within Inver Grove Heights, a true gathering place for all to enjoy.

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New Donor Alert!

Posted on: Feb 8, 2020

A great big thank you to Therapy OPS for their very generous donation to our raffle at B52's, plus $2500 towards the playground! They are doing great work in our community, and this donation will go a long way in helping acheive our goal. We are so grateful for their continued support.

Fundraiser Success!

Posted on: Jan 25, 2020

A great big thank you to B52's for helping us raise over $1600. We saw friends, family, and community members show up and support our efforts. It was a great night! 


Posted on: Jan 15, 2020

A very special shout out to the amazing Mike Hill. Bell Bank and Mortgage has a pay it forward program and this year Mike donated his check to the playground. We are truly amazed at their generosity. Thank you Mike, and the Dave Hill team for $2500! We'll shine up that plaque and put it front and center for you.


New Donor Alert!

Posted on: Jan 15, 2020

Thank you to Nickie Kraus and the Kraus Real Estate Team for their donation! $250 and another step closer to our goal. 

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What is Inclusive Play?

An accessible playground is one in which kids of all abilities can access the playground and play together.

Landscape Structures Inc.. (2019, Aug 3). Retrieved from https://www.playlsi.com/en/our-story/company/frequently-asked-questions/

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On a Personal Note

“My cousin, Terri, spent summers with our family when I was growing up here in Inver Grove. We always had a lot of fun, except at the playground, where I could play, but Terri could not. It always bothered me that a little girl was excluded from our playground, just because she was in a wheelchair. I fully support efforts to build an inclusive playground in IGH, where kids of all abilities can play together.”

Joe Atkins, County Commisioner

Donor Parade