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Parks department in front of maintenance vehicleesThe parks division is responsible for the landscape maintenance of approximately 300 acres of municipal parks, landscaped areas, traffic medians, athletic fields and open land areas while maintaining approximately 17 miles of associated bikeways.

Mission

The Division is committed to providing excellent service with a positive “can do” attitude while maintaining all parks, open space, and athletic fields, preserving the aesthetics and usability of these facilities for all.

Goals

  • Provide support to the Recreation and Parks Department and to the public for aesthetic and recreational needs.
  • Maintain comprehensive herbicide and pesticide application program in order to preserve the aesthetics and usefulness of public facilities and open space within the city.
  • Promote health and exercise among our citizens by maintaining and upgrading the bicycle and footpath system throughout the city.

Parks Directory

Bob Carpenter Neighborhood Park is on the corner of Silverado and Parsons Avenues. The park is just under 6-acres and features a playground and ball fields. The park is also home to City Fire Station 55.

Click here for a map to Bob Carpenter Neighborhood Park

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