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Deukmejian Wilderness Park

2429 Markridge Road

La Crescenta, CA 91214

City of Glendale

Start Date: 11/3/1992

End Date: 6/30/2006

Awarded Amount: $2,267,000

Stage: Completed!

In the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, at the northenmost extremity of the City of Glendale, the Deukmejian Wilderness Park occupies a rugged 709-acre site. The park offers streamside woodlands and scattered remnants of big-cone spruce woodland. The park also offers visitors trails with spectacular views of the Cresenta Valley and the Los Angeles basin.

Grant funding was used for developing and improving the Deukmejian Wilderness Park which included the development of a new trail head, construction of roads and parking lots for both vehicles and horse trailers, construction of an outdoor amphitheater classroom, development of picnic areas, construction of a restroom building and information kiosks which included an environmental display area. Funding was also used for the installation of the utility infrastructure and partial preservation of the stone Le Mesnager Barn.

Additional grant funding was used to provide improvements to walkways, equestrian paths and fireroads. Finally, funding was used for the renovation of an equipment storage building.

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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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Nibley Park Tennis Courts

Improvements to tennis court facilities to include: Resurfacing of 19 tennis courts and replacement of court lighting at Glorietta, Central, Fremont, Maple, Montrose, Emerald Isle and Nibley Parks; and Installation of a pre-fabricated restroom and bleachers at Glorietta Park tennis area.

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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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