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Norm Fratis Park Dedication

Join us at the dedication ceremony for Norm Fratis Park, Roseville's 66th park, at 10 a.m. on Sat, Dec. 3. The park is located in west Roseville at 2400 Corin Drive. Map

Fratis Park was constructed by Signature Homes on behalf of the City of Roseville. This five acre park contains a covered picnic area, children's play area and separate swing area, multiuse turf area, two half courts for basketball and one sand and grass volleyball court.

Norm Fratis Park.pdf

A few images from the dedication:

The crowd of over 75 people


City Councilmember Carol Garcia


Norm Fratis receiving his plaque from Dominick Casey (Parks, Recreation & Libraries Director)


Norm Fratis and family at the Norm Fratis Park sign


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