Park Capital Improvements
Park Capital Improvement Planning
Earlier this year, the City of Napa Parks and Recreation Services Department hosted an open house at the Napa Senior Center to kick off the capital improvement planning for Alston Park, Dry Creek Park, and Fuller Park. These existing parks were selected as candidates for improvements based on recommendations included in the Park and Facilities Master Plan.
The open house provided the opportunity to discuss existing facilities and opportunities for infrastructure improvements — in particular, new shade structures and park amenities at all three parks, as well as a public permanent restroom for Alston Park. Comments received from attendees allowed City staff to analyze the needs and priorities of park users and, as a result, created an informed planning process.
Revised park plans were be presented to the Parks, Recreation and Trees Advisory Commission on July 18, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in Napa City Hall Council Chambers. Commission Meetings are open to the public and interested parties are encouraged to attend and provide input. Comments received from Commissioners at this meeting, as well as additional feedback from the public, will be incorporated into the final park plans.
For citizens unable to attend, please review the presentation: Commission Meeting Presentation 7-18-18
For more information email, Ali Koenig, [email protected].
Garfield Park Master Plan
Garfield Park is situated on approximately 14.4 acres in northern Napa and is home to the Napa Little League complex, a playground, and approximately 6 acres of undeveloped open space. Garfield Park provides neighborhood residents with access to open space while also serving as an essential facility for many of the community’s youth baseball leagues.
The Department of Parks and Recreation is creating a Master Plan, in partnership with the community, for future improvements in the park. The plan will provide an updated vision for the park, identify enhancements to both the developed and undeveloped areas, and provide clear direction to guide future development work. We value your opinion and would appreciate your participation in the process.