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Help Name Five New Parks
Last Updated: 9/15/2017
You have until 3 p.m., Friday, September 22 to submit naming suggestions for five new parks. The parks to be named include two neighborhood parks and three citywide parks sites.
• F-52, a 6 acre neighborhood park adjacent to open space off of Old Coach near Angus in West Roseville
• W-51, a 12 acre neighborhood park adjacent to open space off of Symphony and Octave near Westbrook Blvd in West Roseville
• The park site at the Village Center, a 3 acre site off of Pleasant Grove Blvd across from St. John’s Church in West Roseville
• F-56, a 44 acre city-wide park site adjacent to the future West Roseville High School site. This site also contains the Historic Fiddyment House
• F-54, a 74 acre city-wide park site with designated preserve area along the creeks, between Blue Oaks Blvd, Hayden Parkway and Fiddyment Road in West Roseville
Name suggestions must be submitted on the appropriate form and received by the City Clerk’s Department by 3 p.m., Monday, September 18.
The City’s Park Naming Subcommittee reviews all suggestions and makes recommendations to the Parks and Recreation Commission and the City Council. All park names are approved by the City Council.
Park Naming Form
More information on Parks In The Works
Construction and maintenance for the neighborhood parks and Village Center are funded through the West Roseville Neighborhood park development fund and West Roseville Community Facilities District (including Village Center).
F-56 and F-54 are citywide parks. Citywide parks are typically built in phases, as budget allows. Development funding is provided by West Roseville area residents only. Funding obligations for maintenance is general funded. While funds to build are available, construction of specific phases is contingent upon the General Fund's ability to support the required operation and maintenance costs.