This project will design and construct improvements to Bub Williamson Park, located at 530 Grapevine Road. The intent is to repurpose the existing, underutilized site with new amenities. Proposed improvements at this time include a remodeled restroom building, dog park and children's play areas.
Additionally, new drought tolerant landscaping, irrigation, signage, fencing and rehabilitation of the existing parking lot are proposed. The park facilities will be upgraded to meet current Americans with Disability Act standards and will include new sidewalks. Site furnishings would be upgraded throughout the park including picnic tables, benches and trash/recycling receptacles, bicycle racks, and drinking fountains.
Community Workshops and Public Outreach
The City held a community workshop on February 22, 2018 to seek input on the conceptual park improvement design. Two community workshops were held in 2017 to gather input on what the public would envisioned for the park improvements.
City Council Discussion December 12, 2017
The City Council reviewed the community's input and directed staff to incorporate the public's top elements into a conceptual design to share with the public.
Conceptual designs were presented to the Parks & Recreation Commission in April, August and September 2016. The City Council reviewed and approved the Mitigated Negative Declaration and Initial Study report for the Bub Williamson Park Improvements project on February 14, 2017. The City Council agenda and supporting materials can be found online under City Council Meeting Agenda Minutes 2-14-17. The City Council voted to remove the concept of constructing a lighted soccer arena in the park designs on September 26, 2017.
City Manager’s Office: Tony Winney