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Construction at City of Sacramento Parks

Starting Tuesday October 10, 2023 there will be several tennis/basketball courts undergoing resurfacing at the following locations:  

1. Orchard Tennis Court, 2936 W. River Dr. 10/10/23 through 10/15/23
2. Westlake Tennis Court and Basketball, 4700 Westlake Parkway. 10/10/23 through 10/18/23
3. Northlake Basketball Court, 5800 Littlestone St. 10/18/23 through 10/20/23
4. North Natomas Community Tennis Court, 1839 N. Bend Dr. 10/18/23 through 10/23/23
5. California Lilac Basketball Court, 1601 Club Center Dr. 10/22/23 through 10/27/23
6. North Laguna Tennis Court, 6400 Jacinto Ave. 10/21/23 through 10/28/23

Special projects 

Sacramento River East Levee Improvements

FAQs, visit www.sacleveeupgrades.com  or contact the USACE Public Affairs Office at (916) 557-5100.

Lower American River Erosion Protection Construction – Access at Glenn Hall Park
FAQs, visit: 
https://www.spk.usace.army.mil/Missions/Civil-Works/Sacramento-Levee-Upgrades/American-River-Levees/

Sacramento River East Levee Improvements – Staging at ConlinYouth Sports Complex

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) will be constructing levee seepage and stability improvements along the Sacramento River east levee. The project will require limited use of a vacant portion of the Conlin Youth Sports Complex for staging equipment and materials. All park facilities, including the existing ball fields, will remain open and available to the public throughout construction. USACE will be utilizing an existing maintenance road located adjacent to the park’s facilities to access the staging area.

 

Sacramento River East Levee Improvement  - Staging on Portion of Conlin Youth Sports complex (PDF)


For more information about the project, including links to final environmental documents and FAQs, visit https://www.spk.usace.army.mil/Missions/Civil-Works/Sacramento-Levee-Upgrades/or contact the USACE Public Affairs Office at (916) 557-5100.

Questions or comments regarding the levee construction activity can be directed to USACE at:

USACE Public Affairs Office
Phone: (916) 557-5100
Email: spk-pao@usace.army.mil

Individual Park construction

Airport Little League
This is an existing 9.7-acre ball field park, project is located 6395 Hogan Drive. The project construction starting fall 2023 and completed in winter 2024. Improvements consist of renovation of the existing Hernandez softball/ t-ball field. The field will receive new irrigation, concrete paving, rehabilitation of the backstop, new gates, baseball equipment and new turf. Project Manager Jeff Nittka jnittka@cityofsacramento.org and Levi Rynearson LRynearson@cityofsacramento.org

Anthony School Park Court Renovation
This is a 1.69-acre school park. Construction will start in July 2023 and will be completed by September 2023. Removal of tennis court equipment, and conversion to one Futsal court and one Multi-purpose/basketball court with an asphalt overlay with color coating, striping and goals.
Project manager: Dennis Day at DDay@cityofsacramento.org

Chorley Park Playground Renovations
Construction will begin in spring 2024 and be complete by late spring 2024. The project will consist of removing the existing playground equipment and replacing it with a nature themed children’s playground equipment, swings and independent play items, tree planting, rules signage and restriping the accessible parking spaces.
Project manager: Dennis Day at DDay@cityofsacramento.org

Fong Ranch Park
This is a 3.9-acre community park. Construction started October 2022 and will be completed spring 2024. The park will include the following amenities: a children’s farm themed playground, group picnic area with a shade structure, an open turf area bantam soccer field, individual picnic nodes, a games area with a table tennis and two cornhole games, concrete walkways, a basketball court, park name sign, site furnishings, large shade and flowering trees and 12 ft masonry wall along the north side of the park.
Project manager: Dennis Day at DDay@cityofsacramento.org

Granite Regional Park Playground
Construction began in December 2023 and will be completed in spring 2024. The park will include the following amenities: an accessible children’s playground with swings and independent play items, a shade canopy over the play structure, a small group picnic area, replacement of existing picnic tables and drinking fountain, concrete walkway, park benches, trash receptacles, and large canopy shade trees.
Project manager: Dennis Day at DDay@cityofsacramento.org

Mama Marks Park Splash Pad
This is an existing 4.16 acre neighborhood park, located at 1140 Roanoke Avenue. The project construction starting winter 2024 and completed spring 2024. The improvements consist of removal of the existing wading pool and installation of a new splash pad, concrete paving and fencing improvements. Project Manager: Jeff Nittka

McClatchy Park Improvements
Construction started in fall 2023 and will be completed in February 2024. The project includes the replacement of existing asphalt walkways with concrete, and a new walkway to baseball field 2, and a scoreboard for field 2.  
Project manager: Dennis Day at DDay@cityofsacramento.org

Matsui Waterfront Park-Hanami Line
This is a 1.98-acre waterfront park. Construction will start in mid-July 2023 and will be completed spring 2024. The improvements will consist of redevelopment 1.19 acres of grading, drainage system, erosion control, concrete walls, decorative railings, concrete stairs, asphalt paving, concrete walkways and mow strips, pavers, decorative pavement, decomposed granite paving, 16 ft. sq. shade shelters, 15 ft. umbrella shelters, boulders, cobble swale, irrigation system, landscape planting, turf sod, electrical, lighting, site furniture, custom park sign, donor wall, and sculpture footing.
Project manager: Dennis Day at DDay@cityofsacramento.org

Northlake Community Park
This is a 12.4-acre community park. Construction started June 2021 and will be completed November 2022. The first phase of Northlake Park includes the following amenities: an adventure play area with shade canopies, multipurpose fields, shaded group picnic area, individual picnic nodes with game tables, basketball court, security lighting, park naming sign, site furnishings shade trees and walking paths. 
Contact Jeff Nittka at jnittka@cityofsacramento.org or phone 916-808-5996.

Ray Eames Park/Crocker Village Detension Landscaping
The neighborhood park site at Crocker Village is a 6.5-acre joint use detention basin/neighborhood park, which is being developed and constructed as a turn-key project. Construction began in summer 2023 and will be completed in spring 2024.  The proposed Park Master Plan includes the following amenities: 1) an adventure area playground and adjacent turf area for free play, 2) small group picnic area with shade structure with three tables and a grill, 3) a seat wall with brick veneer, 4) concrete walkways, 5) a 3-acre open space turf area within the detention basin for field play, 6) enhanced paving entry, 6) 8’ wide pedestrian/ maintenance path, 7) low water-use irrigation and landscaping with large canopy shade trees, evergreen screening trees and ornamental flowering trees, 8) site furnishings, 9) drinking fountain, 10) bicycle parking, 11) park rules signs and park name sign, and 12) bollard lighting.
Project manager: Dennis Day at DDay@cityofsacramento.org

Regency Park Pump Track and Bike Playground
Regency Park is an existing 41.67 acre park located at 5500 Honor Parkway. This project is located at the north end of the park off Bridgecross Drive. This project consist installation of new landscaping, irrigation, pump track, meandering decomposed granite pathways for bikes with obstacles, decks and rocks to create a bike playground experience. The Regency Pump Track and Bike Playground project is scheduled to be completed in September 2022. For additional information. Contact Jeff Nittka at jnittka@cityofsacramento.org or phone 916-808-5996.
Project manager: Dennis Day at DDay@cityofsacramento.org

Renfree Field Renovations at Del Paso Regional Park
Construction is expected to begin by late spring 2024 and will be completed in winter 2025. The project consists of replacing the existing baseball field with a youth 375’ baseball field, practice baseball field, an overlaid soccer field. Half of the existing parking lot on Bridge Rd. will be renovated with asphalt paving, striping, concrete curbs, drainage, irrigation, shade trees and lighting.  Regrading and native seeding on the west side of Bridge Rd. and post and cable fencing. There will be a basketball court and four pickleball courts, an entry/drop off area, accessible walkways, drainage, storm-water swales and basin, irrigation and well improvements, a new electrical service, low water use native landscaping and large shade trees, park name sign, rules signs, bleachers, and park benches.

Robertson Park
This is an existing 9.18 acre community park, located at 3525 Norwood Avenue. This project begins in Fall 2023 and will be completed in Spring 2024. The project includes demolition of the existing restroom and installation of a new three stall restroom and new concrete walkways. Project Manger: Jeff Nittka jnittka@cityofsacramento.org

Sacramento Softball Complex at Del Paso Park
This project is located in the 624-acre regional park, softball complex is located at 3450 Longview Drive. The project construction starting fall 2023 and completed in winter 2024. Improvements consist of new paving around the existing sports bar/ concession building and drainage improvements. Project Manager Jeff Nittka jnittka@cityofsacramento.org and Levi Rynearson LRynearson@cityofsacramento.org

Vine Park
This is a 1.16 acre neighborhood park located at 640 Vine Street within the Township 9 community. Construction to begin in Fall 2023 and be completed in spring 2024 The improvements for the three separate areas (two dog parks and one park site) will consist of grading, drainage, irrigation, landscaping, concrete paving, lighting, signage, fencing, site furnishings, play equipment, and dog agility equipment. Project Manger: Jeff Nittka jnittka@cityofsacramento.org