Parks Beautification Program

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Measure M is dedicating annual funding for Parks Beautification projects deferred during the great recession.  Parks Beautification projects include trails, parking lots, playgrounds, landscaping, irrigation, and other park amenities for the City's existing Neighborhood and Community Parks.

The map below shows the locations of Parks Beautification projects; the amenities filter can be used to see Approved, Active and/or Completed projects.  

In 2018/2019 the City Council approved a budget of $225,000.  This year Measure M Funds are being used to install two rain master controllers at Centennial and North Orchard Parks, repair the pedestrian path at Beelard Park, and replace six picnic tables at Pheasant Country Park.  In addition, funding has allowed for the resurfacing of several courts around town including: seven basketball courts, five tennis courts, and one volleyball court at six locations: Cannon Station Park, Trower Park, Cooper School Park, Patwin Park, Pheasant Country Park, and Three Oaks Community Park.  

Total 11 facilities found.