Project Description: In December 2021, the City was awarded $7,691,059 in competitive grant funding from the State of California through the Proposition 68 Statewide Park Program for the design and construction of the Norm Ross Sports Park. PBK has joined the City for professional design and construction support services for the upcoming 4-acre Norm Ross Sports Park. Proposed amenities include:
- An event plaza
- Community building
- Multi-purpose sports court
- Community garden and storage structure
- Dog park/dog run area
- Picnic areas
- Exercise equipment
- Baseball field
- Landscaping and irrigation
- Perimeter trail
- Shade structures
- New connecting bridge over the storm channel with Stanton Park.
Project Status: This project is in the design phase, with a final design expected in Summer 2024. Construction is anticipated to begin in Fall 2024.
Projected Completion Date: Fall 2026
Project Description: State grant funds, based on City population, will support a complete renovation of Premier Park. Based on community feedback and staff input, proposed amenities include: drinking fountain and refillable bottle station, fitness equipment, playground and play features, rubber surfacing, security
lighting, shaded seating areas near the playground, swings, trash and recycling, and a walking trail/pathway around the park perimeter.
Location: 8340 Briarwood St
Project Status: Design Phase
Projected Completion Date: Fall 2024
STANTON PARK IMPROVEMENT
ORANGEWOOD AVENUE COMPLETE STREETS PROJECT
(SANTA ROSALIA BRIDGE)
Project Description: This project proposes to implement a road diet for the installation of a Class II Bicycle Lane on Orangewood Avenue and a Class I Shared-Use Path on Santa Rosalia Street. The project also proposes upgrading the existing outdated Stanton Storm Channel Bridge on the north-end of Santa Rosalia Street to establish a suitable multi-use connection. Additional features include the installation of bulb-outs along both roadway segments, upgrades for ADA-compliant curb ramps, parkways and landscaping, street lighting upgrades, traffic signal modifications, replacement of sidewalks, curb & gutters, and cross gutters, and a complete grind & overlay of both street segments. This project is funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through a Community Project Funding Grant.
Location: Orangewood Avenue and Santa Rosalia
Project Status: A Request for Proposal for design of the project will be issued October 2023. Design, Santa Rosalia Bridge is anticipated to be complete in Spring of 2024.
Project Description: Stanton Park is located on Cedar Street and is a 5.5-acre recreation park with a playground, picnic shelters, restroom structure, fitness equipment, and open space. While undertaking the community engagement process to shape the vision for Norm Ross, there is an opportunity to reimagine the entire area as a cohesive whole. In addition, through a partnership with the National Fitness Campaign, the Community Services Department plans to install a mixed-use fitness court at Stanton Park. The court will be available for personal use and group classes, with features for strength training, high-intensity workouts and functional fitness.
Location: Stanton Park, 11111 Cedar St
Project Status: The site plan is currently under review by Southern California Edison. Upon approval, the City will go out to RFP for construction.
Projected Completion Date: Spring 2025