Woo-hoo, city spray parks have been given the okay to reopen Memorial weekend.

Usually, by now, the spray parks and spray pads are there to offer El Pasoans water-splashing relief from the heat, but this year had its challenges.

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"Several of the spray parks [were] plagued by vandalism during the last few months," the city explained via press release. "COVID-19…also delayed the delivery of necessary parts to complete repairs and maintenance to be able to operate the spray parks."

But, the obstacles have been overcome, and the spray parks are good to go starting this weekend.

List: Spray Park Locations

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Since they first opened five years ago, each mini oasis in the desert has become a destination place to catch a break from the brutal El Paso heat. In addition to numerous water features, they all have shaded areas and picnic tables -- and best of all, they're free to use.

South El Paso/Downtown: Chamizal Community Park, 2119 Cypress Avenue
West:Westside Community Park, 7400 High Ridge Dr.
Upper Valley: Braden Aboud Memorial Park, 4325 River Bend Dr.
Central: Grandview Park, 3100 Jefferson Ave
Lower Valley: Hidden Valley Park, 200 Coconut Tree Dr.
Lower Valley: Pavo Real Enhanced Park, 9301 Alameda Ave
Northeast: Sue Young Park, 9730 Diana Dr.
East: Marty Robbins Park, 11600 Vista Del Sol Dr.
Far East: Salvador Rivas Jr. Park, 12480 Pebble Hills Dr.

El Paso's Canine Spray Park: K-9 Agent Bulder Memorial Dog Splash Park