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PHOENIX -- Phoenix's Cashman Park will be closed through mid-August for a $500,000 renovation.

The park, located at 22222 N. 44th St., will receive improvements thanks to a contribution from the Desert Ridge Community Association.

Improvements to the 10-acre park began May 28 and will include a new playground, workout stations, and renovations to their irrigation system.

Vice Mayor Jim Waring applauded the leadership of the Desert Community Association for making children a priority

"This is an example of the kind of positive solutions that can be fostered through public-private partnerships," he said.

Built in 1996, Cashman Park currently has several picnic ramadas with grills, basketball and sand volleyball courts, a multi-purpose field and restrooms.

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