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Yes. Colerain Township maintains a policy of providing opportunities for all park visitors to enjoy its facilities and programs. Through concentrated efforts to upgrade existing sites and develop new areas, the Parks Division’s goal is to have the majority of facilities accessible to park users. The Parks Division will make a reasonable effort, with at least one-week advance notice, to provide reasonable accommodations so that people with disabilities may participate in Park events and programs.
Yes. Thanks to a grant from CVS and Boundless Playgrounds, Clippard Park has a beautiful 10,000 square foot, fully accessible playground for people of all abilities that features a poured rubber surface for easy maneuvering. The playground has:
Yes - the playground at Clippard Park has wide ramps - compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards!
The shelters at Colerain, Clippard, and Heritage Parks are all accessible with paved sidewalks leading from the parking lots to the shelter areas. Each shelter at these parks has at least one wheelchair accessible picnic table.