Universal Park Public Meetings

America’s Most Inclusive Park

The Ability Center’s Universal Park project will become America’s first universally inclusive park in the country. By partnering with community-based nonprofits, industry leaders, and parks and recreation professionals, we’re leading a $10MM project that will create play opportunities where nobody is left on the sidelines.

Universal Park is not another limited accessible playground. This will be an all-inclusive park where everyBODY will be empowered to play throughout its 18 acres. From the baseball fields to outdoor fitness, the playground to the woods, Universal Park will provide opportunities where all abilities feel welcomed, wanted, and comfortable to play together. 

Public Meetings

Attendees will have the opportunity to take a survey, participate in a feedback activity, and provide input on park features and amenities. Meetings will have an Open House format with a short presentation. The Ability Center’s team and partners will be available to answer questions.

April 17, 2023


Wauwatosa West High School, Learning Center
11400 W Center St, Milwaukee

For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations please contact Christina DeCheck at christina@tacwi.org.

Past Public meetings:

March 27, 2023
Wil-O-Way Underwood
10602 Underwood Pkwy, Wauwatosa

April 12, 2023
Virtual Meeting via Zoom

Let your voice be heard!

older man and woman exercising in a park setting

Learn more about Universal Park

Watch the Virtual Public Meeting

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