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Let's Make Greeley Park Accessible to All!

915 Signatures Goal: 1,000

Please only sign this petition if you live in Nashua, NH, agree that Greeley Park should be accessible to all, and understand that your petition information will be delivered to the Nashua, NH Board of Aldermen. Your zip code is required to ensure that you are a Nashua resident, but will not appear on the online signatures page. Limit one signature per name, email address, and/or Facebook account. Thanks, and spread the word!

The current playground at Greeley Park in Nashua is decades old and in poor condition. It has been well loved, enjoyed beyond its years, has rust, broken parts, and missing swings, and sits in the middle of Nashua's most attractive park. It is NOT currently accessible to individuals with disabilities. All the debate, study, and discussion in the world cannot overcome the fact that this current playground is not accessible to a significant and important portion of our population.


Nashua has an opportunity to accept a gift of $250,000 from a group of Nashua leaders, who want the City to use those funds to replace the old equipment with a new, all-accessible playground. This group has worked for two years with city officials and with licensed professionals who understand ADA compliance and access, to ensure that the new playground will be accessible within Greeley Park to all.


Let's show our support for this great project!


The new playground will replace the old equipment, will mesh with the park's natural motif, and be accessible to all! It will not take up any additional green space in Greeley Park. Appropriate parking and access has also been taken into account, with the plans for a new playground as well.

Greeley Park is often described as the crown jewel in Nashua's park system. Let's start treating it that way, and replace the playground and improve the park's access for people of all abilities!

If we reach 500 signatures before Monday April 21st, the signature goal will be raised. Go for the gusto, and share this petition with your Nashua friends!

Visit the site listed below for updates regarding the progress of this petition, and other community news!

http://is.gd/NashuaNews

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Highlights

April 18
In just 36 hours this petition has garnered 500 signatures, quickly reaching our initial goal! If you haven't yet, please do share this with your friends via email and social media. The goal will be advanced to 1,000. With everyone's help, perhaps we can double the response before next Tuesday's Board of Aldermen meeting! For updates on the delivery of this petition, and other community news, sign up here: http://is.gd/NashuaNews Thanks everyone for adding your voice to be one of the many that believe we should support accepting this gift of an accessible playground at Greeley Park! Best, Paul Shea
April 16
It has been just 2 hours since this petition was first shared, and we already have 65 signatures and counting! Help spread the word, with your help we can reach our goal before next Tuesday! Below is a more twitter friendly link for all to share! Thanks! -Paul Shea http://is.gd/LegacyAtGreeleyPetition
April 16
This petition is now live! For updates on the progress of this petition and other fun and exciting stuff, sign up to receive Nashua Community News at the site below! http://is.gd/NashuaNews
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Signatures

  • 11 months ago
    LYNDA SCOTT
    11 months ago
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    Katie Carey
    1 year ago
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    Jessica Goff
    1 year ago
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    michelle gellman
    1 year ago
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    Gordon Hollis
    1 year ago
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    Susan Hollis
    1 year ago
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    Abigail Tarbox
    1 year ago
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    Dawn Lemay-Dube
    1 year ago
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    michelle Seppi
    1 year ago
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    Michaela Norman
    1 year ago
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    Ellen Artley
    1 year ago
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    Nick Stefiuk
    1 year ago
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    Tracy deslauriers
    1 year ago
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    Dustin Deslauriers United States
    1 year ago
  • 1 year ago
    Justin LaJeunesse
    1 year ago
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