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Fong ranch park

Fong Ranch Park Proposed Amenities

Fong Ranch Park Proposed Amenities (PDF)

Fong Ranch Park

The park name and park master plan were approved by the City council on May 18, 2021. The proposed 3.79-acre neighborhood park is located in the Parkebridge development. The park will include a children’s playground, basketball court, open turf area with a soccer field, volleyball courts, group picnic area with shade structure, games area with table tennis, concrete pathways, masonry sound wall, large canopy shade trees, and season color trees, a park name sign, and site furniture.

Fong Ranch Park is named after Fong Ranch, a 360-acre farm, previously located on the park site and the surrounding area since 1925. The Fongs, a Chinese-American family, purchased and farmed the land, located at the southwest corner at Truxel and San Juan Roads. The Fong Ranch grew alfalfa, tomatoes, sugar beets, grains, mainly for canneries. Natomas at the time was nothing but farmland, with large farming operations with two to three hundred acre farms. The Fong Ranch legacy is one of the strong family ties, entrepreneurial experience, teaching family values in the Chinses traditions, education, and the dream of coming to the Gold Mountain.

The park construction plans are 95% complete. Bidding and Construction have been put on-hold September 2021.

  Fong Ranch Park Master Plan   

Fong Ranch Park Master Plan (PDF)