Grand Prairie Welcomes Renovated Mi Familia Park with Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony and Local Performances

Grand Prairie Welcomes Renovated Mi Familia Park with Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony and Local PerformancesSource: Google Street View
Sofia Vasquez
Published on December 09, 2023

Grand Prairie is kicking up its heels with the upcoming grand reopening of Mi Familia Park. This Monday, civic leaders and community members will rally for a ribbon-cutting at 10:00 a.m. to unveil the first in a series of revamps to the beloved local haunt. Nestled at 2402 Cardiff St., the event promises to deliver on the city's vow to spruce up the great outdoors for everyone's benefit, according to the City of Grand Prairie, Texas.

Mayor Ron Jensen is leading the charge, ecstatic to showcase what he and his team have been cooking up. "We are thrilled to unveil the first phase of the Mi Familia Park improvements, a project brought to life through the hard work of our community and staff," the mayor gushed. And let's say it's not merely a facelift; the upgrades read like a laundry list, from a shiny new playground to fresh trails, not forgetting a spot for food trucks to serve up the goods, as per the City of Grand Prairie, Texas.

Not one to miss a party, Grand Prairie High School sends its Ballet Folklorico Fuego Azul and Mariachi Azul to put on a show worthy of the occasion. Once the proverbial scissors do the talking, there'll be goodies up for grabs and all the shiny new amenities to check out—if you can beat the crowds to it.