Update on the James F. Holland Memorial Park Splash Pad

The City of Palm Coast is working diligently with all parties including the design architects and contractors to determine next steps moving forward. 

The James F. Holland Memorial Park Splash Pad closed in fall of 2021 as the rubber pad surface was deteriorating, which became a safety hazard. The intent was for all repairs to be completed during the off-season in order to re-open in spring of 2022. 

While some repairs have been made to the structures, repairs to the rubber pad surfacing is unfinished. The City of Palm Coast is working diligently with all parties including the design architects and contractors to determine next steps moving forward. Environmental supply chain issues have heavily added to the delay of a more prompt resolution.

The City recognizes the inconvenience this causes to families, however, the City’s priority is to provide a safe and enjoyable experience at all parks.

Holland Park remains open for all other recreational activities. This includes the expansive playground, sports fields, dog park, tennis and pickleball courts, covered pavilions, shuffleboard and bocce ball courts, sand volleyball court, basketball courts, and more.

To discover more of Palm Coast’s great parks and trails, visit https://www.palmcoastgov.com/parks.

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