Nashua, Iowa – Behind overwhelming community support kids in Nashua will be able to have summer fun in a new way thanks to the town’s first splash pad.
One of the committee members who helped oversee construction Peggy Hall says the process started in September of last year.
Despite the cooler temperatures, it’s been open since June 1 and according to Hall it’s already popoular.
According to committee members, the community raised $86,000 which funded the entire project.
Barb Mumley says the between donations and helping pull the project together, they community has been supportive.
With community support, donations and popularity tied into Nashua’s splash pad, the reason is a simple one.
She added donations are being accepted. Contact the Nashua City Hall with questions. The splash pad hours are from 10-10. It has LED lighting and the water is on a 15 minute timer.