Survey and workshop update for Heritage and Sunset Crossing parks

The City of Diamond Bar has completed an important conceptual design process for both Heritage Park and the property at Sunset Crossing.  City Council, staff, and the consultant closely evaluated a variety of park options, impacts to the neighborhood, and construction, plus on-going maintenance costs in order to determine the most beneficial site option.

After months of information collection, public surveys, community workshops, site reviews, and design options considerations, the City Council has determined the priority conceptual park design at each location. See below for details.

Sunset Crossing option 2 Conceptual Design

Sunset Crossing

The City Council stated this location is the priority for future park development. The agreed upon design was “Option 2” and includes a variety of amenities such as: a lighted perimeter walkway, exercise station, shaded playground for 2-5 and 5-12 year old’s, full basketball court, two pickleball courts, picnic tables with shelters, restrooms, and open space.  The current estimate for this design is $3,841,000 with annual maintenance costs of approximately $29,000.

To view survey and workshop summary documents,
visit
www.diamondbarca.gov/parkupdate

Heritage Park Conceptual Design Option 5

Heritage Park

“Option 5” which includes a three phased approach was the City Council’s preference at Heritage Park.  The first phase includes Community Center upgrades including restrooms, parking lot and walkway improvements, new outdoor restroom, and accessible access around the Community Center.  The second phase focuses on new playground equipment, picnic area amenities, basketball court and accessible walkways along the northeast portion of the park.  The third phase is to be determined at a later date and includes the area where the baseball field is currently located.  The total estimated cost for the first two phases is $3,900,000 with annual maintenance of approximately $25,000. 

Funding Consideration
Please keep in mind, these are conceptual designs and funding does not currently exist, although with this design City staff will continually seek grant funding and alternative budgetary resources.
 

The City of Diamond Bar would like to thank those who attended the Community Workshop or provided feedback via the surveys. If you have additional questions please contact Ryan Wright, Parks and Recreation Director at (909) 839-7061 or rwright@diamondbarca.gov

October 2019

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