Thank you for your patience.

We are working hard to ensure park projects continue to move forward in a timely manner. Currently, several challenges have impacted progress.  These include a lack of supply of materials, labor shortages in manufacturing, delivery and construction delays, and higher costs for materials and installation far exceeding available budgets. 

The master plans show a high-level long term vision for each park. To the extent that budget allows, our goal is to build as many of the planned amenities as possible. Based on funding limitations, some park features may be 1) deferred to a time when additional funds ca be secured; or 2) modified to fit the budget.

For current bids/RFPs and associated addendum, see: www.roseville.ca.us/rfp

Projects Under Construction

Campus Oaks Park (CO-64)

Update:
Unfortunately, there are a number of essential items that need to be addressed for this park. While the City currently does not own the park nor is overseeing the construction, we are working with our partners to satisfactorily address these items. Thank you for your patience.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the skate track, BMX track and Parcour have been deferred to another phase of work, pending funding. The first phase will include two lighted pickle ball courts, a bike trail, a fenced off-leash dog park, open turf and restrooms.

Campus Oaks Park Master Plan
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Timeline:

Estimated completion is Summer 2024.

Location:
580 Roseville Parkway, off of Foothills and Blue Oaks Boulevards along the former Hewlett Packard campus.

Description:
This 8+ acre city-wide park is being constructed by BBC, LLC. on behalf of the City.

Park Name:
City Council approved the park name Campus Oaks Park on January 19, 2022.

John Byouk Park (JM-50)

Master Plan Rendering
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Timeline: 
The construction contract was awarded at the June 5th Council Meeting.  Construction is anticipated to begin in mid-June, with an expected completion in early 2025.

Location:

4651 Upland Drive (Sierra Vista) 

Description:
This is a 7.73 acre school park site in Roseville.  Amenities to be constructed in this park include a playground, swings, a shaded picnic area, bathrooms, a softball field with backstop and dugouts, an off-street parking lot, walking paths, a multi-use turf area, planting and irrigation.


Park Namesake:
City Council approved the park name John Byouk Park on January 19, 2022.

Public Outreach:

The first public outreach was held via Microsoft TEAMs on February 9th, 2021 at 6:30pm. If you would like to watch the recording of the meeting please click here. If you would like to view the meeting minutes please click here.

The second public outreach was held via Microsoft TEAMs on April 7th at 6:30pm. If you would like to watch the recording of the meeting please click here.

For further questions about this park, you can email us at [email protected].

Roseville Soccer Complex

Roseville Soccer Complex Master Plan
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Update:
Soon the sports lighting will be installed at the Roseville Soccer Complex. We wanted to take this opportunity to share that these lights use state-of-the art, using technology that includes shields on the fixtures to minimize light spilling beyond the intended area to be lit and to avoid glare. Below are some pictures that show how effective the lights are. Consistent with other lighted sports fields and courts, lights will be turned off at 10 pm. (Pictures shown are from Musco Sports Lighting. Musco is the selected light supplier for this project.)

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Timeline: 
Construction began June 2023 with an estimated completion of late 2025.

Park Name:
City Council approved the park name Roseville Soccer Complex on December 21, 2022.

Location: 2600 Westbrook Blvd., off of Westbrook Dr. and and Blue Oaks Blvd.

Description: Design and construct a multi-field lighted soccer complex with support facilities such as shaded picnic areas, restrooms, storage, maintenance yard, off-street parking spots and security lighting.

Universally Accessible Playground:
This is designed for people of all abilities and ages. After multiple public workshops and feedback, the design provides a variety of play spaces for physical and social interaction. Also included are misting areas, quiet zones and a shaded seating area (not shown in the sketches). A restroom will be located within easy access of this play space and will include child and adult changing tables.

Once completed, the playground will be opened for the general public. This playground is being built as a part of the Roseville Soccer Complex.

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Universally accessible playground - Public Outreach:
On July 7, 2022 we held a second public workshop for the playground. 

An initial virtual public workshop was held on May 24, 2022 to share an concept design for the universally accessible playground to be located at the north end of the sports complex.  

Sports Complex - Public Outreach:
A virtual public workshop was held via Microsoft Teams on February 1, 2022 at 6:30 pm, where we shared an initial concept plan for the Sports Complex and sought feedback. If you would like to watch the recording of the meeting please click here. If you would like to view the meeting minutes please click here.

Historical Info:
Design-Assist Construction Pre-Proposal Environmental Documents

Denio Family Park (F-54)

Click the links to see 3 different pages of the Master Plan:

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Denio Family Park
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Timeline:
Construction began August 2023 on the first phase of this park which includes an 18-hole disc golf course, large and small dog parks, paved off-street parking, a covered group picnic area and restroom. Completion is anticipated in Summer 2024, weather permitting.  A future phase will construct the bike trails and connections to surrounding neighborhoods.

Location:
5820 Fiddyment Road

Public Outreach:
The first Public Meeting took place October of 2017. This meeting provided feedback from neighbors of the park site regarding amenities and features that are important and desired in this park site.  Click here for a larger view of the 3 page master plan. 

If you have any questions regarding this park site please reach out to [email protected].

Riego Creek Park (F-51)

Riego Creek
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Update:
Many have asked about the park and why it's different.  The master plans show a long-term vision for the park. To the extent that budget allows, our goal is to build as many of the planned amenities as possible. Based on funding limitations, some park features may be deferred to a time when additional funds can be secured to support construction of the deferred features.  A few variations from the master plan are described below. 
Some residents have asked if there will be any turf at the park.  There will be a lot of grass in the outfield, which will be planted, grow in, and harden up over the summer/fall 2024. The ballfields have a 300’ outfield line (larger than originally planned) and can accommodate a wide variety of ages of play. The fields can be used for tee ball, little league, softball (girls and adults) with plenty of warm up spaces. Spectator areas are included near the backstops. When the fields are not programmed, they can be used for any activity.
Beginning May 30th, the sidewalk along North Hayden will be closed for approximately 3 weeks to install irrigation.  The work has been scheduled during summer break to minimize impacts.  Signs will be posted on site notifying residents of the closure.  Alternative pedestrian routes are available along Camarillo, Crawford, Holt, and Pruett.
A portion of the sidewalk along North Hayden will be closed on Monday, March 25th to work on the storm drain system.  The work has been scheduled during a school break to minimize impacts.  The sidewalk will be closed the week of April 8, 2024. Signs will be posted on site notifying residents of the closure.  Alternative pedestrian routes are available along Crawford, Holt, and Pruett.

Timeline: 
Construction began in August 2023 with completion anticipated in Fall/Winter 2024 due to material delays.

Location:
The site is located in West Roseville/Fiddyment Farm, next to Riego Creek Elementary.  2800 North Hayden Parkway.

Description:
This is an 11.8 acre school/park site.

Park Name:
City Council approved the park name Riego Creek Park on January 19, 2022.

Public Outreach:

The first public outreach was held virtually on October 7th, 2020.  If you would like to watch the recoding of the meeting please click here. If you would like to view the meeting minutes please click here.

The second public outreach was held on  December 9, 2020.  If you would like to watch the recording of the meeting please click here.  If you would like to view the meeting minutes please please click here.

Historical Info:
When selecting what park amenities should be included in a specific park site, we look at balance and access of certain park amenities nearby, emerging trends, cost/budget and current demand.  Specific to tennis, this map demonstrates close access (five minutes or less away) of existing tennis facilities from F-51. While tennis is one type of park amenity, it demonstrates the need of a bigger perspective, balance and fair access. To view the map,  click here.

If you have additional comments or questions please send them to [email protected] 

Crimson Ridge Park (Update)

Crimson Ridge
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for a larger view of the colored sketch for planned improvements. 

Update:
The irrigation system is nearing completion.  Soil preparation and finish grading are in full swing.  

The project is moving along well and on schedule, but as a reminder, the new shade structure has a long order and delivery time. Most likely the park will look finished, but without the shade structure. With that being said, please respect the construction fencing until the project is 100% completed and re-opened for public use.


Construction Fencing was installed around the park on May 3rd. Scraping and stockpiling of the existing bark will be the first step in the construction process and will commence on May 6th. The bark will then be loaded into trucks, off-hauled and stockpiled off-site for use on other City properties.  As areas become cleared of the bark, trenching for irrigation will start.

Background:
The park opened in Spring 2023. An information meeting was held on October 17, 2023 at Blue Oaks Elementary School. 13 people were in attendance. The City shared a colored sketch that showed planned improvements to the park that included new grass, a shade shelter over the two existing picnic tables, a new sitting area/path and new planting areas. The planned improvements also include replacement of the irrigation water mainline with a larger pipe and irrigation/sprinklers to water the grass.

Timeline:
Construction began in May 2024 and  anticipated completion of late Summer 2024.

As part of the project, a shade structure will be installed. The shade structure has a long production time. With such a long lead time, the completion date of the park may need to be adjusted accordingly.

Location:
8711 Crimson Ridge Way (Campus Oaks)

Description: 
This 2.3 acre linear park was constructed by Lennar Homes on behalf of the City. 

Projects in Design

C-63 Park

Update:
Thanks to all who have shared your comments. We have added a swing area (see above) and to accommodate this budget, the grass area has been downsized. As we move through the next  phases of the park in more detail, we will make every effort to maximize budget. 
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Public Outreach:
Thanks to all for your input during the two public workshops held in late 2023. Based on your feedback, a master plan has been developed. The two week write-in period is now open and closes on April 4, 2024. Please share your support for the plan and/or any additional comments with us at [email protected]
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Location:

Grasscreek Dr and Lemonade Lane (Creekview)

Description:
This is a 2.5 acre park site in Roseville.

Public Outreach:

The second public outreach was held on December 12, 2023 from 6:30-730pm at Orchard Ranch Elementary in the school library. If you would like to view the meeting minutes please click here.

The first public outreach was held via Microsoft TEAMs on September 19, 2023 at 6:00pm. If you would like to watch the recording of the meeting please click here. If you would like to view the meeting transcript please click here.

For further questions about this park, you can email us at [email protected].

KT-52 Park

Location:
2690 Sierra Village Drive, Roseville, CA 95747

Description:
This is a 7.5-acre park site in the Sierra Vista area in Roseville, that is adjacent to a future elementary school. 
 
Public Outreach: 
After feedback from the 2nd public workshop, we changed the labyrinth to a nature play area (inspirational images are shown) and removed the Kho Kho court overlay from the proposed basketball court. Please see the rendering below and provide your feedback in support of and/or with suggestions on the update to [email protected]

The two week comment period is open until May 10, 2024.

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The second public outreach was held on January 23, 2024 from 6:30-730pm at Westbrook Elementary. If you would like to view the meeting minutes please click here. If you would like to view the concept sketch please click here. If you would like to view the inspirational images shown please click here. 

The first public outreach was held via Microsoft TEAMs on November 28, 2023 at 6:00pm. RSVPs are required. Postcards were sent to the surrounding neighborhoods with the link to RSVP. If you would like to watch the recording of the meeting please click here . If you would like to view the meeting minutes please click here.

For further questions about this park, you can email us at [email protected].

Pistachio Regional Park Master Plan Update

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Location:

4350 Westpark Drive (West Roseville)

Description:
The City has been reviewing opportunities to update the approved master plan for Pistachio Regional Park to include a community center/library, skate track, BMX course and splash pad. 

Public Outreach:
A public workshop was held via Microsoft TEAMs on December 7, 2023 at 6:00pm. RSVPs were required. Emails were sent to the surrounding neighborhoods with the link to RSVP. If you would like to watch the recording of the meeting please click here. If you would like to view the meeting minutes and examples of other super community centers please click here.

Please submit any additional comments to [email protected]. The comment period was open from December 14, 2023 through January 19, 2024.

FD-51 Park

Description:
This is a future park at Market Street and Earl Rush Drive.

Public Outreach:
Thanks to all for your input during the two public workshops held in January and March 2024. Based on your feedback, a master plan has been developed. The two week write-in period is now open until June 24, 2024. Please share your support for the plan and/or any additional comments with us at [email protected]

The two week comment period is open until June 24, 2024.

FD-51
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The second public outreach was held on March 26, 2024 from 6:30-730pm in the MPR at Chilton Middle School. If you would like to view the meeting minutes please click here. If you would like to view the concept sketch please click here.

The first public outreach was held via Microsoft TEAMs on January 11, 2024 at 6:00pm. If you would like to watch the recording of the meeting please click here. If you would like to view the meeting transcript please click here.

Play Structure Replacement

Veterans Memorial Park Play Structure Replacement

Public Outreach:
Thank you for you for your feedback. The comment period has closed. Our next steps are to purchase the play structures. Once the process is complete, it could take anywhere from 6 to 9 months for manufacturing and delay.

We want your feedback on the proposed play structure design. The existing play structure has reached its end-of-life and to ensure overall safety, needs to be replaced. Please see the renderings below and provide your feedback both in support of and/or with suggestions on the new structure to
[email protected].   

The two week comment period closed March 28, 2023.                     

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Hall Park Play Structure Replacement

Public Outreach:
Thank you for you for your feedback. The comment period has closed. Our next steps are to purchase the play structures. Once the process is complete, it could take anywhere from 6 to 9 months for manufacturing and delay.

We want your feedback on the proposed play structure design. The existing play structure has reached its end-of-life and to ensure overall safety, needs to be replaced. Please see the renderings below and provide your feedback both in support of and/or with suggestions on the new structure to
[email protected].

The two week comment period closed March 28, 2023.

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Swings

Pineschi Park Play Structure Replacement

Update:
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Thank you everyone for your feedback. Overall, we received support for the proposed play structure design. Many commented on ensuring we had shade. Between the time you provided comments and now, we have been working with the manufacturer to add shade, making minor adjustments to the play structure to accommodate shade and meet budget. See revised renderings above. The next steps are to finalize the purchase and to determine the delivery date, which may take many months. The playground will close at some point to remove the rubber “meteor” and to expand the play area containment to accommodate the new and bigger play structure. We will do our best to minimize the play area closure.

Public Outreach:

Please see the renderings below and provide your feedback both in support of and/or with suggestions on the new structure to [email protected].

The two week comment period closed October 13, 2023.

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Twinwood Park Play Structure Replacement

Public Outreach:
We want your feedback on the proposed play structure design. The existing play structure has reached its end-of-life and to ensure overall safety, needs to be replaced. Please see the renderings below and provide your feedback both in support of and/or with suggestions on the new structure to
[email protected].

The two week comment period is open until May 10, 2024.

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Rehabilitation Projects

Johnson Pool Renovations


Johnson Pool
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Timeline:
 
Construction is anticipated to begin in late May 2024 and anticipated to be complete by late Spring 2025. Demolition work will begin mid-late May, followed by grading in mid-June. Parking directly adjacent to the pool on 4th and D Streets will be impacted and large equipment will be on site during these operations. Pedestrian detours will be provided. 

Location:
100 D. Street, Roseville, CA

Project Description:
The Johnson Pool Renovation Project will implement the master plan and address accessibility, aging infrastructure, building and safety code updates, and functional improvements. These improvements include accessibility/code upgrades to the pool house building, new pool shell and replaster, and improvements to the pool deck, equipment room, and associated site work.  

Public Outreach:

Meeting Flyer 2

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Weber Park Renovations

Update:
Weber Park
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Park construction began on April 8th.  Demolition and rough grading are complete, and underground utility work is nearing completion soon.  Concrete work and retaining wall construction is currently underway.
 

Timeline:
Construction began in April 2024.

The sidewalk and the parking on the park side of Main Street will be closed. Please note that we anticipate periodic street closures on Main Street during the course of construction. If you would like to view the pedestrian detour please click here.

Location:

320 Circuit Drive, Roseville, CA 95678

Project Description:
We are reinvesting into existing parks and want to ensure a strong sense of safety. To this end, the City Council has made it a priority to fully renovate Weber Park.

Public Outreach:
Public outreach has been conducted throughout the 2022 year. A summary of the survey results are posted here as information.
Survey Results - English
Survey Results - Spanish


A follow-up meeting to share sketches of how the feedback translates into the concept sketch was held on December 6, 2022. If you would like to view the meeting minutes in English 
please click here, in Spanish please click here. 

Based on this latest meeting, the concept sketch has been refined into Concept Master Plan, above.

We invite neighbors surrounding Weber Park to email us at [email protected] to share your support and/or additional comments. The comment period will end on January 20, 2022. The comment period is now closed.

Saugstad Park Renovations

Update:
Refinement to the skate track design is underway. Phase 1 construction documents are being developed.

A survey seeking input was opened on March 3, 2024 and closed April 2, 2024. If you would like to see the survey results click here. 
If you would like to watch the recording of the March 5, 2024 virtual meeting click here. 

Timeline:
Construction is anticipated to begin in Spring 2025.

Location: 

100 Buljan Drive, Roseville, CA 95678

Description:
Based on results from the technical studies, some of the approved master plan elements have been moved. All of the amenities shown in the approved master plan are still a part of the overall plan. The sketch shows the skate track has moved to be closer to the parking lot and the dog park has been enlarged and moved more to the south of the park site. New walkways are proposed to ensure a looped walking path to meander around the fenced dog park. The actual layout of the dog parks (small and large) are still being refined. A first phase of improvements will include the skate track, fenced off-leash dog parks and walking paths. Upgrades to the north parking lot (off of Douglas Blvd) are also being considered as a part of phase one. Staff met virtually on February 1, 2024 with members from the Roseville Heights, Los Cerritos and Cherry Glen neighborhoods to review the status of the planned improvements and amenity location changes. Those in attendance supported the changes.

The actual skate track has not yet been designed. A virtual workshop specific to the skate track will was held via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday, March 5, 2024 at 6:00pm.

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Historical Info: 
Did you know that Saugstad Park is built on top of an old landfill?  Did you know that 95% of the park lies within a flood plain or flood way?  Over the last year, the City has been working to re-envision the park’s potential as a valued recreational asset that meets our community’s needs.  This includes how do we address the landfill, what types of amenities are acceptable to be in a flood plain and what types of amenities would we like to see built at the park?

To date, we have had several outreach efforts to seek feedback from residents.  

  1. Meeting with the neighborhood association on March 28, 2019.

  2. Community feedback on August 6, 2019 during the grand re-opening of Johnson Pool

  3. Online resident survey in November 2019

The sketch is a proposed concept plan reflecting the feedback received so far.  Please review the sketch and provide feedback at [email protected] until August 31, 2020. The comment period is now closed.

Concept Plan
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Our next steps include: 

  • Develop construction documents

  • Bid and construct

Duke Davis Water Feature Renovations

Update:
The demolition work has been completed.  The new water supply line has been installed.  Prep work for the new concrete is underway.  The project is moving along well and on schedule, but the misting system has a long order and delivery time.  A short break in construction activity will be seen as we await the delivery of the misting system.  In the meantime, please respect the construction fencing and help us keep the site safe.

Timeline:
The construction fencing is up, and work is slated to start the last week of May. The anticipated completed date is late Summer/ early Fall 2024.

Location:

1460 Northpark Drive, Roseville, CA 95747

Project Description:
The Duke Davis Water Feature Renovation Project will replace an existing water and sand play area with a new misting water feature.  The existing water play feature is non-functioning and was an inefficient use of water.  The project will convert the existing sand play area into a fun new misting water play feature.  The scope of work will also include permanent disabling of the existing water play channel.  The removal and re-pouring of a raised sidewalk panel will also be addressed.

Recently Completed Projects

The Courts at Gibson Park

Gibson Drive Park Site Master Plan
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for a larger view of the master plan.

Timeline:
Construction of the first phase of this park began in Spring 2023. We are happy to announce that the first phase courts (9 pickleball courts) have been completed and are now open. A formal dedication is scheduled at 10am on March 16, 2024.

Location:
201 Gibson Drive. Corner of Gibson Drive and Roseville Parkway.


Description
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Phase I of this 13.75 acre multi-generational sports court complex includes nine-lighted pickleball courts, associated shade structures and support features.

Park Name: 
City Council approved the park name The Courts at Gibson Park on December 21, 2022.

Solaire Park

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Update:
Many have asked about the park and why it's different. The plan was developed when construction costs were much lower. When relief in  the escalating costs was nowhere on the immediate horizon and the remained budget was static, changes to our approach to the initial effort to build the park had to be made to match available funding. In November 2022, the City met with residents to share what changes were proposed and why. If you would like to view the meeting minutes please click here. The park as it is today took all available funds and includes a borrow in funds to be paid back over a five year period. The City will continue to seek additional funding and as it becomes available, will look to add more park features in the future. 

Timeline:
Construction began June 2023 with an estimated completion of Spring 2024. Official park dedication took place at 10 am on April 27, 2024.

Location:
4601 Solaire Drive (Westbrook)

Description:
This is an 8 acre school/park site.

Park Name: 
City Council approved the park name Solaire Park on January 19, 2022.

Maidu Skate Renovations


Maidu Skate
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Timeline:
Maidu Skate Park renovation construction began in Winter 2023 and was completed Spring 2024.

Location:
1550 Maidu Drive, Roseville, CA 95661

Project Description:
This project will be replacing existing some of the modular skate ramp elements and installing new permanent, in-ground, concrete skate features.

Public Outreach:
Public meetings began in Spring 2022 to discuss the City's vision on skate and/or BMX parks. Feedback received included members of the local skate community. 

The first virtual public meeting was held on Thursday, March 3, 2022 from 6-7pm. If you would like to watch the recording of the meeting please click here.

Unscheduled Projects

Al Johnson Wildlife Area

In the future, Al Johnson Wildlife Area (formerly Reason Farms) will include both wildlife habitat and passive recreation areas, such as trails, picnic tables and more. The primary use of the Al Johnson Wildlife Area is for flood control which will happen by adding retention basins to hold water from nearby creeks during rain events until there is capacity to flow downstream. With that in mind, the passive recreation areas will be designed to flood from time to time, similar to other parks in the region such as Discovery Park in Sacramento. There is no current timeline for the construction of recreational amenities. The park portion of the design will begin once the retention basin designs have been developed. Some recreation improvements will be completed after the retention basins have been installed and when funding is identified/available. Phasing of the recreational improvements is highly likely.

More information about Al Johnson Wildlife Area, retention basics and surrounding development.

Creekview and Sierra Vista Parks

The City is evaluating funding, locations and priorities for new parks within new plan areas. Evaluation includes funds collected to date for park construction, costs for construction, Mello-Roos assessment amounts being paid to support maintenance, locations of homes and occupancy. Priorities are evaluated annually during the budget cycle, which start in January of each year. Please note, Mello-Roos assessments do not pay for park development (construction) and are only assessed once a park is built.

Pre-Qualified Prime Contractors

Pre-Qualified Prime Contractors 2024