Parks Improvements

2019 Statewide Park Development and
Community Revitalization Program

We need your input! The County is excitedly engaged in the process of preparing grant applications to the California Department of Parks and Recreation's Park Development and Community Revitalization Program, also known as Proposition 68. The County will be applying for multiple grants at multiple parks countywide. For more information on the program opportunity visit California Department of Parks and Recreation Statewide Park Program

 

Workshops / Design Input Events
We want to hear your ideas in person through a series of workshops and design reviews that will include fun activities to help us understand what you want to see at each park, an opportunity to share your comments, and staff who can answer your questions. Everyone is welcome, including children, so come out and enjoy a day at the park or participate in a more formal meeting setting. We want to hear from you!

 

Trailside Park (Middletown)

Three different concept plans have been developed for Trailside Park based on previous public input. This survey, https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GBMJ3TS, will help us collect feedback on preferred amenities to help prepare a final plan to be included in our grant application.

Upcoming meeting at the end of June to review the final draft park improvement plan.
(Previous meetings March 30, April 4, and May 9. Thank you to participants for your input!)

If you did not attend a meeting in person or complete the survey we still want your input!
Please review the draft Trailside Park concept plans and fill out a Trailside voting form.
Submit the voting form to parks@lakecountyca.gov, or deliver to Public Services (in person or by mail) at Lake County Public Services, 333 Second Street, Lakeport, CA.

Kelseyville Community Park

Two different concept plans have been developed for Kelseyville Community Park based on previous public input. This survey, https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZMSLQ6W, will help us collect feedback on preferred amenities to help prepare a final plan to be included in our grant application.

Upcoming meeting at the end of June to review the final draft park improvement plan.
(Previous meetings March 30, April 4 and May 16. Thank you to participants for your input!)

If you did not attend a meeting in person or complete the survey we still want your input!
Please review the draft Kelseyville Community Park concept plans and fill out a Kelseyville voting form.
Submit the voting form to parks@lakecountyca.gov, or deliver to Public Services (in person or by mail) at Lake County Public Services, 333 Second Street, Lakeport, CA.

Hammond Park (Nice)

Two different concept plans have been developed for Hammond Park in Nice based on previous public input. This survey, https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZQPNMCM, will help us collect feedback on preferred amenities to help prepare a final plan to be included in our grant application.

Upcoming meeting at the end of June to review the final draft park improvement plan.
(Previous meetings March 30, April 4, and May 15. Thank you to participants for your input!)

If you did not attend a meeting in person or complete the survey we still want your input!
Please review the draft Hammond concept plans and fill out a Hammond voting form.
Submit the voting form to parks@lakecountyca.gov, or deliver to Public Services (in person or by mail) at Lake County Public Services, 333 Second Street, Lakeport, CA.