South Peach Avenue Park
The City of Fresno is proud to announce a new park in southeast Fresno: South Peach Avenue Park.
About South Peach Avenue Park
The City of Fresno acquired the 49-acre former U.S. Department of Agriculture Horticultural Crops Research location in 2005 from the U.S. National Park Service and is now planning to develop the property into a sprawling park to best serve the residents of Southeast Fresno. The new park will be constructed in three phases, and funding for the first phase has just become available.
The park will include low-water-use plants and drought-tolerant landscapes, ball fields, play spaces, active and passive facilities, plenty of shade, and universal accessibility.
How Do I Get Involved?
The overall site planning process is now complete. Phase 1 design development is on-going and is expected to conclude by the beginning of 2024, but we need your help!
Please review the Phase 1 schematic design and provide your thoughts via our online comment card. Comment Cards will close Sunday, October 8, 2023.
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