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Horsethief Canyon Park

301 Horsethief Canyon Rd.

San Dimas, CA 91773

City of San Dimas

Start Date: 11/3/1992

End Date: 11/8/2012

Awarded Amount: $1,690,000

Stage: Completed!

Horsethief Canyon Park is a 50 acre park which includes a small and large dog park, play equipment, shade shelter, restrooms, picnic tables, benches, soccer fields, hiking trails and protected wilderness horse trails.

Grant funding was used for the development of Horsethief Canyon Park. Development included construction of soccer fields, a picnic area, a tot lot, volleyball & horseshoe courts, as well as wildlife corridor enhancement and construction of a nature trail, restroom, and other infrastructure improvements.

Grant funding was also used for the construction of additional multi-use trails in Horsethief Canyon Park which helped improve circulation and accessibility in the Park.

Finally, funding was used for the widening and clearing of the Poison Oak Trail and construction of a hilltop picnic area which included installation of picnic tables, benches, hitching posts and the planting of trees.

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San Rafael Park

Improvements to the playground, including: construction of a shade arbor and walk; construction of a wrought iron fence; relocation of a drinking fountain; installation of four new benches; construction of a concrete seat-wall at the play equipment area;

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Catalina Verdugo Trail Project & Freeway Park Complex

Design and construction of approximately 9,924-foot multi-use trail in the San Rafael Hills surrounding the Glendale Sports Complex in the City of Glendale. The trail will feature retaining walls, switchbacks, benches, trail signs, and interpretive signage…

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Glendale Central Park

The project involves the design and installation of outdoor and indoor fitness equipment at three park facilities in the City of Glendale.

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Vista Hermosa Park

The project included the development of a park in which landforms will emphasize watershed processes through the capture of on-site water, the creation of riparian ecosystems and meadows, and interpretive elements that emphasize the natural systems and processes of the Los Angeles River Watershed.

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Ruben Ingold Parkway

The project included removal and replacement of asphalt pavement for a 1/2 mile walking trail, replacement of security lighting, installation of a 4-station physical exercise course, removal and replacement of benches, and installation and replacement of park signage.

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Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area

This project is being completed in multiple phases and includes the following:
Replacement of existing shade structures with new prefabricated shade shelters as well as upgrades to walking paths and concrete pads. Expansion of the the existing parking lot at the Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area Soccer Complex to accommodate an additional 36 parking spaces.

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Culver City Senior Center

Construction of a new 27,000 sq. ft. fully-accessible Senior Center increasing capacity by 15,300 sq. ft. over the current center. This more than doubled the senior activity areas and quadrupled the restroom capacity. The project also included enlarging the kitchen, addition of a storage room, additional offices, landscaping and site improvements, ninety (90) on-site parking spaces and eighty-one (81) shared off-site parking spaces directly across the street from the project.

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Vasquez Rocks Park Interpretive Center

This project was completed in several phases and included the following:
Acquisition of open space land at Vasquez Rocks. Development of a nature center/museum and general improvements to the Vasquez Rocks Regional Park. The purchase and installation of new picnic shelters, benches, tables, concrete paving, fencing, lighting, and signage at Mary Van Dyke Park…

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