Tatum Yarwood, 10, of Placerville stopped at the Livermore Community Park on Riley Street in Folsom with her brother and mother to beat the heat on Thursday. The city of Folsom announced on Thursday that it will open water play features at three Folsom parks in time for the upcoming hot holiday weekend. The water play areas use a minimal amount of recirculated and treated water, and offer an economical way to keep cool this summer.
Tatum Yarwood, 10, of Placerville stopped at the Livermore Community Park on Riley Street in Folsom with her brother and mother to beat the heat on Thursday. The city of Folsom announced on Thursday that it will open water play features at three Folsom parks in time for the upcoming hot holiday weekend. The water play areas use a minimal amount of recirculated and treated water, and offer an economical way to keep cool this summer. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Tatum Yarwood, 10, of Placerville stopped at the Livermore Community Park on Riley Street in Folsom with her brother and mother to beat the heat on Thursday. The city of Folsom announced on Thursday that it will open water play features at three Folsom parks in time for the upcoming hot holiday weekend. The water play areas use a minimal amount of recirculated and treated water, and offer an economical way to keep cool this summer. José Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

Folsom opens new water play areas after reaching reduction goal

July 02, 2015 06:12 PM

UPDATED July 03, 2015 08:07 AM

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