Press Release: City Announces Award of Proposition 68 Grant
December 8, 2021
Christopher Quan Le
Public Information Officer
The City of Stanton
$7.69m has been funded by California State Parks under the Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Grant Program to revitalize the Norm Ross Complex
Final Concept Plan for the Norm Ross Sports Park in Stanton, CA
To ensure the project was shaped by community-driven involvement, the Community Services Department conducted park design surveys and various community workshops with several community groups and residents.
The rehabilitation of the Sports Complex will result in a variety of healthy recreational and social opportunities for the City’s diverse population, including a new baseball/softball diamond, multi-purpose field, and multi-sport court for basketball volleyball, and pickleball. The proposed park design also includes a flat pedestrian trail, group picnic areas, enhanced community garden and dog park to further improve the versatility of the park space. Drought-tolerant landscaping and environmentally friendly design features will ensure that the project is sustainable during construction and beyond. This project is expected to be completed by March 2025.
“This opportunity to create a thriving park space would not have been possible without the passage of Proposition 68 and the leadership of California State Parks,” said Jarad Hildenbrand, Stanton City Manager. “This funding is a transformative investment in our community and we look forward to our continued partnership with the Garden Grove Unified School District to bring much-needed park, programs and services to our Stanton community.”
The City of Stanton is located in northwestern Orange County. With a population of more than 39,000 in 3.1 square miles, many residents enjoy the small-town community feeling. The City was incorporated in 1956 and has enjoyed growth and prosperity since that time. The City's motto - Community Pride and Forward Vision identifies Stanton as a place where innovation and pride in the community are an important aspect of life in Stanton.
For more information, please contact Christopher Quan Le at (714) 890-4264 or by email at PIO@StantonCA.gov
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