Benefit Zone 1 – Laguna, benefits from 23 parks totaling 149 acres. It has more parks and park acres, than any other benefit zone in the CSD Park System. Laguna is fully built out with no additional parks planned.
The Laguna Benefit Zone includes 8 local parks, 12 neighborhood parks, and 3 community parks. In addition, there are 99 acres of streetscapes and trails, also the most in the CSD Park System. Many parks are linked by either off-street trails or on-street bike lanes.
Listed below are the 2020-2021 fiscal year projects staff anticipate completing. Projects are subject to change due to weather and/or unforeseen budgetary changes.
Softball/baseball infields will be graded and leveled prior to the start of the spring season.
Two multipurpose fields will go offline for renovation.
Annual maintenance will be performed on the Bermuda grass multipurpose field at Laguna Community Park.
Landscape bark will be applied to planter beds in areas where needed.
Sidewalks will be repaired or replaced throughout the zone where lifts and/or cracks pose a potential safety hazard to pedestrians.
PebbleFlex playground surface repairs will be completed at Colton Park.
Playground Engineered Wood Fiber will be added to parks where needed to maintain a safe depth for playground surface.
Drinking fountains that have reached their useful life will be replaced at Zimbleman (1), and Miwok (1) Parks. Four additional drinking fountains will be replaced at locations to be determined.
Irrigation upgrades will occur in streetscape areas.
The rubber playground surface at Pinkerton Park will be repaired.
Shade structure at Betschart Park will be refurbished to remove dry rot.
A shade sail will be replaced at one of the parks if needed.
Capital Improvement Projects
Lichtenberger Park and Pedersen Park Revitalization projects will be managed by the Park Planning Division, and will consist of replacing the playground equipment and associated improvements to the play area.