The new sports courts will include pickle ball courts, two tennis courts and a basketball court. CRPD is excited to continue improving Rosemont Community Park through the partnership with the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) and the County of Sacramento Parks Department.
Timeline & Updates
August 2023 – The Rosemont Community Park Sports Court construction is beginning! We appreciate your patience and understanding as the courts will be closed for construction from August 21 through the end of the year. Please contact Landscape Architect, Cristina James, with any questions at 916-842-3312.
2022 – CRPD was awarded a construction grant from SHRA to renovate the tennis courts at Rosemont Community Park.
Winter 2018 – In January, CRPD surveyed the Rosemont community to see what improvements residents wanted to see implemented. Priorities included: Refurbish and provide additional striping on one court for multi-use games, convert one court to basketball and repair existing tennis courts. Our community’s feedback is valued and so we’ve taken these three recommendations into the design scope.
The Grantline 208 land development is a 200+-acre project with 502 residential units located south of Douglas Road and east of the future Americanos Parkway within the City of Rancho Cordova. The Arista del Sol Development is a 214-acre property that proposes 740 residential units, one neighborhood park, commercial lots, two detention basins, two onsite preserves and supporting associated infrastructure.
The proposed 17-acre Grantline 208/Arista del Sol Community Par straddles these two developments. In 2022 after an extensive request for qualifications process, Cordova Recreation & Park District (CRPD) hired Callander Associates to design the park. The consultant and CRPD is in the middle of a rigorous public outreach process to obtain resident input for the design of the park.
In September 2022, a survey was emailed out to residents and user groups the park will serve. The results of that survey can be seen here. In December 2022 the first community meeting was held for the future park.
CRPD and the consultant will use the data gathered during public outreach to develop concept plans. CRPD anticipates the plans to be presented at a 2nd community meeting in Spring 2024. Park construction is anticipated to begin in late 2025. The park construction start date is contingent upon the rate of development remaining fairly consistent because new housing permits contribute construction funding for the park.
Please e-mail Landscape Architect, Cristina James, with any questions about this project at email@example.com.
Hummingbird Park is located within the Montelena Development south of Douglas Road. This nature-themed neighborhood park includes a half basketball court, picnic and play areas, and an oval turf gathering space for recreation.
This park will be located in the Sunridge Village development south of Douglas Road. The future neighborhood park includes: a 2-5 age play area, a 5-12 age play area, picnic areas, and multi-use turf. The play area in the center will have artistic, space-themed equipment and climbing structures.
Gold Rush Park is located in the Rio del Oro Development south of White Rock Road. This neighborhood park is centered around a mining theme and includes multiple picnic areas, a gold rush-themed playground, multi-use turf areas, and drought tolerant plantings.