Petaluma ‘Miracle League’ field dedicated for youth with disabilities

Miracle League field in Petaluma
Miracle League field in Petaluma is open to youth and adults with disabilities (Argus-Courier)

After four years, the region’s first special needs ballpark has opened. Miracle League filed at Lucchesi Park also has a playground designed with disabled children in mind.

The Miracle League project, the first in Northern California, cost about $3 million. The project received the 2019 Bridge Award from the Northern California Engineering Contractors Association, which highlights private-public partnerships that make a positive impact in the community.

Miracle League is partnering with the Boys & Girls Club, who will be handling most of the day-to-day operations.

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