Park Design

Your input is wanted! The City is interested in gathering community feedback from nearby residents about the features they would like to see at their neighborhood park. Community park design meetings are coming soon for Arnie Quinones and Palmdale Oasis Park. Community meetings were held during summer 2019 for the Rancho Vista and Sam Yellen park projects. To view the current updates and concept maps for these projects, select the corresponding tab below. Eligible projects will be submitted for state and/or county grant funds for construction.

If you would like to receive project updates, please subscribe to your neighborhood park mailing list. We encourage residents to attend meetings to provide input. Meeting dates will be published on this page, emailed to park subscribers and posted on Facebook as the information becomes available.

  1. Rancho Vista Park
  2. Sam Yellen Park Phase II
  3. Arnie Quinones Park
  4. Palmdale Oasis Park

Your voices were heard and we listened! Thanks to feedback from 105 park design surveys and 168 community meeting attendees, we are excited to announce the results of the community’s hard work and vision for Rancho Vista Park. 

Rancho Vista Park Key Elements: 

  • A variety of amenities from quiet spaces, an inclusive playground, walking path, interactive dry streambed, and picnic areas
  • Restroom located away from residential homes
  • Small parking lot for ADA access only
  • Plenty of open grassy areas for free play
  • Entry plaza and overlook off Bolz Ranch Road
  • Safety lighting and open sight lines for added security
  • Plenty of shade, trees, and plants

What’s next for Rancho Vista Park?

The City has summited a reimbursement grant application to the State of California, Department of Parks and Recreation, Office of Grant and Local Services. Visit www.parks.ca.gov for more details. Stay tuned! 

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