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KABOOM! and Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) will address gaps in access to quality places to play in communities that disproportionately lack recreational resources.

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There are more than 245 playgrounds across Prince George’s County, with more than a third past their useful life and in need of immediate repair. Together, the partners will be able to replace the playgrounds at a faster rate to ensure every child has a safe, high-quality, and fun place to play. The partnership aligns with the County’s broader plan to achieve connectivity, health and wellness, and economic development.

Our Partners

  • Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC)

This synergetic partnership with KABOOM! is truly a win-win! We can more quickly accomplish our goal to replace or renovate aging playspaces operated and maintained by the Department of Parks and Recreation in Prince George’s County. The additional support allows our talented and dedicated staff to utilize a multitude of resources, imagination, and pesticide-free options to deliver these incredible playspaces envisioned by the community more quickly than ever before.

Bill Tyler, Director of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Department of Parks and Recreation

Learn More About Our Partnership

  • Press Release

    Partnership Announcement

    M-NCPPC, Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George’s County Joins KABOOM! in National Initiative to End Playspace Inequity.

  • Media

    KABOOM! New playgrounds coming to Prince George’s Co.

    Prince George’s County Department of Parks and Recreation announced it is teaming up with the Bethesda-based nonprofit, KABOOM!.

  • Media

    Commanders help build playground in Prince George’s County

    The Washington Commanders recently helped build a playground for kids in Prince George’s County.