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Construction at City of Sacramento Parks

Special Note: WIFI in Parks
This project will start construction in the third quarter of 2019 and will be completed in the fourth quarter of 2021. This project consist of installation of free WIFI in 27 parks throughout the City. Within these 27 parks the WIFI will be installed at selected locations within these parks. Project Manager: Natasha Greer, ngreer@cityofsacramento.org

Army Depot Park 
Construction at this site is going to start on October 3rd and will proceed through July 2019. During construction this park will be closed to the public. The proposed construction project will be installation of two new senior-size baseball fields to replace the existing McAuliffe Baseball Complex. In addition to the two new fields there will be the installation of a new parking lot, concession building with restroom, batting cages and maintenance yard. The existing baseball field will be converted into a youth-size baseball field. 
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
Army Depot Park page

Barandas Park Dog Park
A small and a large dog park will be constructed at Barandas Park this summer on the corner of Grassland Dr. and West El Camino Rd. Construction will begin in mid-June 2019 and will be opened in early August 2019.
Project Manager: Dennis Day, dday@cityofsacramento.org
Barandas Park page

Blackbird Park
Phase 1 improvements including bidding in May and a contract awarded in June. Construction is anticipated to begin in July. Improvements will include a small and large dog park, community garden, play structure, picnic area, baseball field and parking lot.
Project Manager: Dennis Day, dday@cityofsacramento.org 
Blackbird Park page

Garcia Bend Park:
On site construction started February 2019 and is expected to be completed by the end of September 2019. The project is to renovate the existing restrooms and convert them from multi-stall men’s and women’s restrooms to four multi-gender restrooms.
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
Garcia Bend Park page.

Gardenland Park:
This park's spray feature is currently out of order.
Project Manager: Jodie Vong, jvong@cityofsacramento.org
Gardenland Park page

Glenn Hall Park Tree Expansion Project – Project includes expansion of 3 existing tree planters adjacent to the pool facility and irrigation modification.  Construction will begin in mid-May 2019 to be completed in June 2019.
Project Manager: Tin-Wah Wong, twong@cityofsacramento.org
Glenn Hall Park page

Hagginwood Park Playground
The project will begin in September and be completed before the end of 2019. The project consists of replacing the play structure which caught on fire in March 2019.
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
Hagginwood Park page

Kokomo Park Shade Canopy and Sidewalk Repair
New canopy scheduled for June 4, 2019 installation.
Sidewalk Repair - This project will be begin in late June. Project consists of removing and replacing approx. 2201 sq. ft. of sidewalk; fixing subgrade of the sidewalk to prevent any cracks or lifting to not happen again.
Project Manager: Jodie Vong, jvong@cityofsacramento.org
Kokomo Park page

LeVar Burton Park
Shade Structure:The existing fabric shade canopy structure over the group picnic area will be removed and replaced with a new metal shade structure. Construction will begin in August 2019 and will end in September 2019. Richfield Park has been renamed to LeVar Burton Park.
Project Manager: Tin-Wah Wong, twong@cityofsacramento.org
LeVar Burton Park page

Marriott Park Sidewalk Repair/Replacement Project
This project will begin in early June. Project consists of removing and replacing approx. 1579 sq. ft. of damaged sidewalk.
Project Manager: Jodie Vong, jvong@cityofsacramento.org
Marriott Park page

McClatchy Park Baseball Field Renovation - The improvements will consist of drainage, concrete walkways, renovation of two baseball field backstops, player’s areas and infields, chain link fencing and chain link fabric replacement, metal shade structures over the dugouts, irrigation modifications, landscaping, electrical, park signage, bullpens, batting cages, scoreboard, public address system and site furniture. The ball fields will be closed during construction. Construction began in November 2018, and with the heavy seasonal rain the construction complete has been delayed until July 2019.
Project Manager: Dennis Day, dday@cityofsacramento.org 
McClatchy Park page

McKinley Park Restroom Sewer Relocation
Construction will begin on May 13 and be completed in June. Improvements include relocating sewer pipe at existing restroom. The playground, picnic area and jogging path will remain open during construction. The restroom will be closed for a short time to allow connection of piping. Alternate restroom will be provided during construction to minimize impact on park users.
Project Manager: Jason Wiesemann, jwiesemann@cityofsacramento.org
McKinley Park page

McKinley Water Vault Project
A portion of McKinley Park that includes the existing baseball field, picnic table area and horseshoe courts will be closed beginning June 2019 for construction of the McKinley Water Vault project. The jogging path will be closed from Park Way to McKinley Blvd during construction and walkers and joggers will be routed around the panhandle. Jogging path enhancements will be made and will require portions of the trail to be closed during the final phase of the project. Please sign up for construction notifications on the project webpage to receive updates on construction impacts in the park: http://www.cityofsacramento.org/McKinleyWaterVault for updates. See a visual rendering of the proposed park improvements as part of this project at: https://roundme.com/tour/301413/view/1009853/. Construction is expected to be complete by August 2021.
Project Manager: James Yorita, jyorita@cityofsacramento.org
McKinley Park page

Miller Park Piles Removal Project
This project will begin July 15 and will be completed no later than August 31. This project consists of removing boat dock piles out of the Sacramento River and it will affect the north west end of the park.
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
Miller Regional Park page

Nielsen Park Sidewalk Repair/Replacement Project
This project will begin in mid-June. Project consists of removing and replacing approx. 8331 sq. ft. of damaged sidewalk.
Project Manager: Jodie Vong, jvong@cityofsacramento.org
Nielson Park page

North Natomas Regional Park Dog Park Relocation
The improvements will consist of constructing a 0.5 acre small and a 2.0-acre large dog park. The dog parks will include turf and decomposed aggregate, paving, rule signage, chain link fencing and gates, drinking fountains, dog wash faucets, a fire hydrant spray feature, dog agility equipment, 20’ sq. fabric shade canopies, concrete benches, trash receptacles, automatic irrigation system, turf, landscaping, shade trees and a landscape establishment period. The existing dog parks will remain open during the construction. Scheduled to open July 13, 2019. 
Project Manager: Dennis Day, dday@cityofsacramento.org 
North Natomas Regional Park page

Natomas Oaks Park Sign - Additional park sign will be installed at the intersection of Garden Highway and Gateway Oaks Drive on the Natomas Oaks Park site. Construction will begin in mid-May 2019 and completed by June 2019.
Project Manager: Tin-Wah Wong, twong@cityofsacramento.org
Natomas Oaks Park page

Pannell Community Basketball Courts 
On site construction is anticipated to begin in March 2019 and will be completed before end of July 2019. The improvements consist of resurfacing of one existing basketball court, installation of an additional new basketball court, landscape improvements, new walkway and irrigation. 
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
Sam & Bonnie Pannell Community Center Park page

Oak Park Community Center Campus
On site construction will begin in January 2019 and the improvements consist of the following: grading, concrete curbing, irrigation, landscaping, concrete walkways, security cameras and fencing. Improvements are schedule to be completed by the end of July 2019.
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
Oak Park page

River Cats Independence Field
This project is currently under construction and it consists of resurfacing the rubber top coating for the accessible field and installation of new shade structures for the dugouts. The Field resurfacing project will be completed at the end of November 2018 and the dugout shade structures will be completed by July 15.
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
Access Leisure Page

River Otter Park
Project will begin construction in July 2019 and be completed by the end of summer. This project consists of installation of a new half basketball court and a new concrete walkway going to the basketball court.
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
River Otter Park page

Roosevelt Park Restroom Renovation
This project will begin in June 2019 and the playgrounds will be reopened by July 3, 2019. The picnic shelters and water spray area will remain open. The work will include resurfacing the playground poured-in-place rubber surfacing, replacing missing shade fabric on shade umbrella, repainting the various concrete animals and replacing the damaged book panels, adding two missing spring risers, and replacing the water spray area equipment enclosure.
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
Roosevelt Park page

Shasta Community Park Playground Renovation:
This project will begin in June 2019 and completed in July 2019. The picnic shelters and water spray area will remain open. The work will include resurfacing the playground poured-in-place rubber surfacing, replacing missing shade fabric on shade umbrella, repainting the various concrete animals and replacing the damaged book panels, adding two missing spring risers, and replacing the water spray area equipment enclosure.
Project Manager: Dennis Day, dday@cityofsacramento.org 
Shasta Community Park Page

Sojourner Truth Park Community Garden
Construction will begin in May 2019 and be completed in July 2019. The project consists of installation of a new community garden, fencing, storage shed, compost bins, surrounding landscape improvements, and site furnishings.
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
Sojourner Truth Park page

Temple Park Playground Project
Construction to being in August 2019 and being completed October 2019. This project consists of removal of the existing outdated play equipment and replacing it with a new playground.
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
Temple Park page

Triangle Park Playground
Project will begin construction in August and completed in October. Project consists of replacing the play structure and shade canopy which caught on fire in 2018.
Project Manager: Jeff Nittka, jnittka@cityofsacramento.org
Triangle Park page