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Kenton Park Playground Project

Project Overview
Outdated, inaccessible play structures, picnic tables, benches, a drinking fountain, and paved paths were replaced in the playground area at Kenton Park, thanks to funding from the Parks Replacement Bond.

Project Timeline

  • Winter 2017 - Spring 2017: Concept Development and Public Involvement
  • Open House #1: March 7, 2017 
  • Open House #2: April 13, 2017
  • Summer 2017: Construction Documents
  • Fall 2017:  Permitting
  • Winter 2017/18: Bidding
  • Spring / Summer 2018: Construction
  • September 29, 2018: Reopening of playground

Accessibility Notes

Play Area

  • Universally-accessible unitary play surfacing

Play Equipment

  • Universally-accessible play equipment and play features
  • Universally-accessible adaptive swing
  • Sensory play elements 

Size in acres


Year acquired



In 2018, Kenton Park’s playground was fully renovated, including the addition of new accessibility features, with funding from the 2014 Parks Replacement Bond.

Park Location or Entrance

8417 N Brandon Avenue
Portland, OR 97217

Open hours

Park hours: 5:00am-midnight

To reserve a sports field, call 503-823-2525.

Park amenities/activities

Accessible Play Area
Accessible Restroom
Universal Access Play Area
Picnic Table
Paths (Paved)
Soccer Field
Softball Field
Splash Pad
Basketball Court


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