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La Cienega Park – Beverly Hills, CA

La Cienega Park is a 17+ acre community park in the southeast portion of Beverly Hills, CA. The park provides recreational opportunities to all ages of the citizens of Beverly Hills as well as the surrounding neighborhood of Los Angeles. This community park design consists of 15 tennis courts, tennis clubhouse and pro-shop, championship court

2022-01-27T22:35:21+00:00

Cerritos Sports Complex – Cerritos, CA

Cerritos Sports Complex is a 30+ acre sports park. This sports park design consists of a baseball field, baseball/softball fields, regulation soccer fields and junior soccer fields. Additional facilities include restroom/concession/operations office, built-in spectator seating, score booths and maintenance building. Award California Park and Recreation Society 1990 Award of Merit Category: Special Use Facility Award

2022-01-27T22:32:50+00:00

Fairmount Park – Riverside, CA

The location of the new play area previously contained a small play area and picnic tables. Fairmount park once contained a small amusement park with a carousel. The new universally accessible play area was theme to recreate the amusement park atmosphere. A 60’ diameter shade structure at the tot lot replicates the original carousel. Swings,

2022-01-27T22:56:00+00:00

Louis A. Pompei Memorial Park – Glendora, CA

Louis A. Pompei Memorial Park was an existing 20-acre Flood Detention Basin with (2) baseball fields. The new park design includes, (4) baseball/softball fields, (3) practice football and soccer fields, football field/soccer stadium with spectator seating for 350 people, batting cages, cheer squad area, state of the art MUSCO Sports Lighting, covered play area, plaza

2022-01-27T21:50:37+00:00

Mackay Park – Cypress, CA

Mackay Park is developed on a 2.9-acre portion of the former Mackay Elementary School property. The remaining portion of the school site has been redeveloped and features a new residential community. The park design was derived through community meetings conducted by HAI with area residents, and meeting with City staff, Park Commission and