Park Improvements

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Peter Marshall KABOOM! Playground

IMG_9337The playground at Peter Marshall Park is more than 20 years old and in need of replacement.

But on Dec. 9, that all changes! We're building a new playground for kids and families to enjoy for many years to come. The playground is sponsored by the Anaheim Ducks and it's being built in partnership with KABOOM! and the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Anaheim-Cypress.

During our KABOOM! Design Day on Sept. 28, we asked the community what they wanted to see in their new playground. The feedback from nearly 100 children and dozens of community members helped us to develop the playground design shown above.

The next step is to BUILD the playground! Please sign up to help between Dec. 6 and 9 to prepare and build the new playground. This is a free and fun community volunteer event and everyone is welcome! Breakfast and lunch will be provided. And the Anaheim Ducks Street Team will bring the energy and fun on build day, Dec. 9! 


View the flyer for more information!

 Paul Revere Park Improvements

IMG_3821Improvements are coming to Paul Revere Park! 

The existing, underutilized volleyball court will be replaced with new surfacing to better serve residents. Improvements will also include replacement of the existing playground equipment. 

Two outreach events have been held to gather input on preferred play amenities. Thank you for joining us at the park to share your thoughts on October 4th and 19th! 

OC River Walk 

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The OC River Walk is the City of Anaheim's vision to transform the Santa Ana River Corridor into a primary connective open space uniting the Southern California region. There are many opportunities along the river to increase public recreation, enhance the aesthetics and ecology of the river, and improve visual and physical access to the river. 

The City recently completed the OC River Walk Engineering Feasibility Study, which can be accessed by clicking here. The study identified 17 opportunities on the Santa Ana River for active transportation connections and community amenities such as parks, plazas, and art.

Boysen Park Refresh

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Boysen Park is getting a Refresh! 

Since October of 2022 we've held several community meetings to talk about how we will invest $15 million in state funding at Boysen Park. The funding will allow us to refresh and expand the iconic park by roughly 2.5 acres.

At our most recent meeting on March 14th, we presented the Final Master Plan to the community. The Master Plan is a culmination of five months of outreach meetings and community feedback. 

Some of the new and updated amenities include: basketball courts, skate park, play areas, shaded picnic areas, refurbished baseball and softball fields, soccer fields, water play spray zone, obstacle or ninja course, fitness equipment, a dog park, and more.

For more information visit the Boysen Park Webpage.

Little Pine Park

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Click here to learn more about Little Pine Park.

Rio Vista Park Improvements

Rio Vista Restroom

The restroom building at Rio Vista Park is over 40 years old and in desperate need of replacement. This project will demolish the existing park restroom building and replace it with a new ADA compliant restroom that is safe, reliable, and aesthetically pleasing. The project also includes a new stand-alone shade structure and upgraded adjacent hardscape. This project is being funded by the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. 

Nohl Ranch

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Click here to download flyer 

The Community Services Department’s Capital Improvement Section

The Capital Improvement Section of the Community Services Department is responsible for the acquisition, master planning, design & construction of parks and trails. These projects consist of facility improvements & upgrades to existing parks and trails, as well as the development of new park land. The Capital Improvement Section also oversees development of buildings such as gymnasiums and community centers.

Capital improvements are funded by fees paid by private developers who construct new residential projects within the city of Anaheim per the Anaheim Municipal Code section 17.34. In lieu of paying a fee to the City, Developers may dedicate and develop land for parks and recreational facilities. Capital improvement projects are also funded through a variety of federal, state, and local grants.