Redwood Heights Park

Project Information

This project is to redesign Redwood Heights Recreation Center Park, located at the intersection of Redwood Road and Aliso Avenue. The vision is to update this park and create a modern space for meetups, gatherings, activities, or just hanging out. The design will include sustainable, future-focused features for all community members - children, teens, and adults of all ages.

It can happen. 

It’s all connected. Recreation, curb appeal, community value… Our park is a shadow of what it could be: The property has been limping along in mediocrity for decades, with many areas ignored and unused, and falling into disrepair. If we do nothing, it will only get worse.

It doesn’t have to be like this. The potential is there, and it’s time to revive this wasted resource. We’re ready. We have a plan. Now what we need is you. You can help make this happen.

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Here is a list of some, but not all, of the areas in need of improvement at the park.

  • Outdated play area
  • Poorly designed open space
  • Inadequate seating areas
  • Poor accessibility

These design principles will be used as the foundation for the park redesign plans (presented in alphabetical order)
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These items have been identified as out-of-scope for the reasons shown below.
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Preliminary Concept Design

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Phase 1 - Ideation: Complete

Gathered community ideas and values to create the design principles.

Phase 2 - Park Concept Design: In-process

The first draft of the park design was completed in early February 2019. The initial design concept was presented to the public at the Love Your Park event on April 13, 2019.

Phase 3 - Capital Fundraising Begins

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