In June of 2018, the State passed Proposition 68, which included a Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program. Based on priorities identified in the 2016 Parks & Recreation Master Plan, the City Council approved playground replacement priority list and grant funding criteria, the City is exploring grant opportunities for improvements at the following parks:
Carr Park: 16532 Springdale Street
Drew Park: 20252 Cape Cottage Lane
Schroeder Park: 6231 Cornell Drive
Projects being considered will focus on playground upgrades, accessibility and landscape improvements.
The Community Services Department will be conducting a series of workshops and public meetings to garner input from residents.
Please take the Parks Survey: https://arcg.is/00bqju
July 9, 5 PM – Surf City Nights, Between Walnut/Olive
July 10, 6 PM – Community Services Commission, City Hall
July 15, 4 PM – City Council Study Session, City Hall
July 20, 10 AM & 1 PM – Site Meetings at Drew Park and Carr Park
Since its inception in 2016, the Homeless Task Force has had more than 1,600 occasions to assist individuals with housing referrals, mental and physical health referrals, bus passes, DMV forms, gas cards, food, mailing addresses, and family reunifications