The city had insurance on the park, so the city will only have to pay a $2,500 deductible.
The city says since insurance is taking care of the damage, any fundraising money will go toward enhancements.
As for the investigation, the police chief says his department is following up on leads and interviewing people about what happened. No one's been arrested.
The clean up process will start once police and fire investigators are finished looking over the damage.