Development Projects - City Parks

Projects in the Planning & Design Phase

ProjectsDescriptionDocuments
Virginia Corridor Trailway (Phase 7) Phase 7 of the Virginia Corridor Trailway is a continuation of the existing Virginia Corridor Trail, and will include three quarters (0.75) of a mile of Class I trail from Woodrow Avenue to the Hetch Hetchy Trail intersection including a 10' wide pathway flanked by landscaping, benches, lighting site amenities, and a bicycle/pedestrian bridge.  Strategic Plan

Initial Study / Environmental Assessment 
(Funding Source: California Natural Resources Agency Grant Funds, Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Grant Funds, Local Non-Motorized Transportation Grant Funds, Local Parks Capital Facility Fees.)
Tuolumne River Regional Park, Neece Drive Non-Motorized Boat Launch and River Access The Neece Drive Non-Motorized Boat Launch and River Access will provide new river recreational opportunities to offer commercial rafting. The Neece Drive project will include: a vehicle access road, concrete boat launch ramp, vehicle parking, picnic areas, solar lighting and native tree planting.  This important component is a significant destination among a series of recreational opportunities along the City's river front.Concept Plan 
(Funding Source: California Department of Boating & Waterways Grant funds, Tuolumne River Regional Park Joint Powers Authority Funds)
Tuolumne River Regional Park, River Overlook The River Overlook project will provide an elevated boardwalk, along the Class I multi-use trail system within the Tuolumne River Regional Park's Gateway Parcel near the 9th Street Bridge.  This important component is a significant destination among a series of recreational opportunities along the City's river front.Concept Plan 
(Funding Source: California Natural Resources Agency Grant funds, Federal High Priority Demo Grant Funds) 
Tuolumne River Regional Park, River Pavilion and Learning Theater The Tuolumne River Pavilion and Learning Theater Project consist of a medium-sized covered gathering pavilion and minimum one-hundred seat terraced outdoor learning theater to support expansion of educational and recreational programming along the Tuolumne River within the Tuolumne River Regional Park, Legion Site.  This important component is a significant destination among a series of recreational opportunities along the City's river front.Concept Plan 
(Funding Source: California State Parks Grant Funds, Local Park Funds)