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Posted on: May 27, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Splash Pad at Villano Park Opens Weekends Starting May 28th, Daily After June 21st

Splash Pad at Villano Park
Opens Weekends Starting May 28th
Open Daily After June 21st

Hamden – Mayor Curt Balzano Leng and Public Works Director, Craig Cesare, are pleased to announce that the Splash Pad at Villano Park will officially open for the 2021 summer season on May 28th, 2021, operating on weekends until Hamden Public Schools are dismissed for the summer. The Splash Pad will then be open daily starting June 21st, 2021.
Splash Pad Rules
Days and times of operation: Memorial Day through Labor Day; 11 am – 7 pm.
(Weekends Only until June 21st, 2021)
This is an unsupervised play area. Use it at your own risk. 
·         Appropriate for ages 2-12. Maximum capacity for use at one time: 22 people. 
·         Please help us keep splash pad safe and clean by following these rules
·         Children aged 12 and under must be supervised by an adult 
·         Splash Pad must be evacuated at first sign of thunder and lightening
·         Pad may be slippery. Play carefully. 
·         When age appropriate, swim diapers are required. 
·         No electrical devices, glass containers or cans allowed in area. 
·         No chairs, benches, toys, inflatables or foreign objects allowed. 
·         No food or drink allowed. 
·         No running or rough play.
·         No profane language or disruptive behavior 
·         No climbing on equipment.
Other rules of park apply:
·         No pets. 
·         No smoking or drinking alcohol.
·         No bikes, scooters, skateboards or rollerblades. 
·         Splash Pad may be closed at any time due to weather or operational concerns
The Town of Hamden reserves the right to remove anyone who violates the above rules of who engages in illegal, destructive or inappropriate behavior.
To report concerns on weekdays, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm call (203) 287-2600. In an emergency, always call 911.

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