Santa Clara Community Park Master Plan Update

Location of the Santa Clara Community Park within the Santa Clara Community boundaries

From the City of Eugene Parks and Open Spaces:

Hello and thank you for staying in touch with Engage Eugene and with our Santa Clara Park master planning process.  We are in interesting and challenging times with the current stay at home restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.  Our first concern is in keeping our community safe so the future of community engagement may look different in the months ahead.  The workshop report and survey results from the first public meeting are available now on Engage Eugene in the Santa Clara Community Park project page: 

The 2nd workshop for Santa Clara Community Park will be held virtually on the Zoom Meeting platform.  We’ll be presenting preliminary design concepts and look forward to sharing them with you!    This meeting will be held from 6PM to 8PM on August 25.      Please click this URL to join: Password: SCCP82520 

All meeting materials will also be posted on the website along with a second survey to get feedback on the preliminary design.  And for those that are not connected virtually, we’ll be posting at kiosks in the park and exploring more opportunities and tools to reach out.   In the meantime, the 1st survey results and 1st workshop report are posted here:   In general, the survey from the first workshop shows a high level of interest in the community for many of the typical elements that we see in a community park, including a playground, restroom, shade, open lawn, courts, flexible event space and picnic facilities.  There is also a high regard for natural areas and trails.  The concept options we are developing reflect these priorities. 

Mark A Kosmos, PLA, CPSILandscape Architect
City of Eugene Parks and Open Space
1820 Roosevelt Blvd, Eugene, OR 97402Direct

From SCCO: The SCCO will send out a zoom meeting reminder a week prior to the August 25th meeting.

Map of Santa Clara Community Park
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