Twelve Aberdeen parks will get a revamp in the next financial year.
Aberdeen City Council has earmarked more than £500,000 for renovations to city green spaces.
Sites have been split into two phases, with equipment for phase one sites ordered and expected to be completed before the end of the year.
More than 100 parks around the city have now been updated by the local authority in the past five years.
Phase one of the project includes Seaton Gardens South and Seaton Avenue South as part of the Seaton Backies project, Balgownie Drive, Ashwood Park, Broaddykes Drive, Wellside Wynd and at Ferryhill Community Centre.
The larger, phase two areas, are Regent Walk, Gallowgate, Middle Brae, Cruickshank Crescent, Eric Hendrie Park, Rosemount Square and Powis Crescent.
Council regeneration spokesman Ross Grant said: “We are delighted to once again have a programme of refurbishments to our playparks as this has been a fantastic project which has benefited communities all around the city.
“Our city’s green spaces and play equipment help to keep our youngsters fit and healthy, and we also know how much fun the youngsters (and the adults they take with them) have at these places.
“We look forward to watching the new round of playparks being refurbished in the next year,” he added.
Consultations on what equipment should be selected will be held across the month. For Regent Walk, it will be held in Seaton Community Centre on Tuesday from 10am to noon and 4.30-6pm.
For Gallowgate, in Gallowgate Community Room on Thursday from 9.30am until 12.30pm, and Middle Brae’s is on September 24 from 9.30am until 12.30pm.
Also on Monday, a consultation for Cruickshank Crescent will take place at Beacon Community Centre from 9.30am until 12.30pm, and one for Eric Hendrie Park runs from 1.30-4pm at Mastrick Library on September 25.
Rosemount Square’s will be held at Rosemount Education Centre on September 26 from 10am until 3pm.