CORTLAND, Ohio (WKBN) – The city of Cortland has put the finishing touches on a big attraction in the city.
A dedication was held Saturday morning to recognize sponsors who helped the park’s board build a splash pad inside the city’s Pearl Park.
The project was two years in the making and opened last year, but there was more work to do.
A new pavilion, benches and fencing complete the project, which was completely funded by donations.
City leaders, the park’s board and members of the community gathered to give their big donors a thank you.
“The entire facility was probably close to $100,000,” said Kevin Piros, Cortland City councilman. “So, $10 is nice, but those big sponsors, you need those to come through.”
The splash pads opens Memorial Day weekend and is open daily from noon to 6 p.m.