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Posted on: October 20, 2022

Community Park Rehabilitation Project

Community Park

Changes are coming to Community Park! The City of Chino Hills is beginning an extensive $8 million rehabilitation project to reinvest in the future of Community Park. The long-term improvement plan will include three phases of work over the next two years to improve turf conditions on all ball fields, enhance the overall appearance of the park, and create additional parking within the facility.

A major project highlight includes revamping all six ball fields by replacing the artificial turf in the outfields and converting all infields to artificial turf. Another project highlight includes expanding the existing parking lot by paving the grass area located at the southwest corner of the park near the Eucalyptus and McCoy Loop trailhead to accommodate additional parking. Exterior repair work and repainting will also be performed on existing buildings, infrastructure, and fencing.

Current Phase: Phase 1 (November 7, 2022, through February 3, 2023)

  • Revamping ball fields one through four
  • Rehabilitation of the main bathroom located near the snack bar
  • Replacement of the windscreens in all dugouts and bullpens
  • Various exterior repairs

Closures

  • Fields 1 - 4 and the main park area will be unavailable for community use from Monday, November 7, 2023 - Friday, February 3, 2023
  • Fields 5 and 6 will remain available for allocated use through December 18, 2022
  • Full park closure beginning Monday, December 19, 2022 - Friday, February 3, 2023
  • Parking lot closed to the public November 7, 2023 - Friday, February 3, 2023, and will only be open for allocated use daily at 4:00 pm through December 18, 2022
  • Access to the Eucalyptus and McCoy Loop remains open, parking is available at the overflow parking lot located on the corner of Eucalyptus Avenue and Peyton Drive

Learn more about all the exciting changes to come, the project schedule, and upcoming closures and impacts at www.chinohills.org/CommunityPark.

Read the full press release