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Park Development Updates

We have gotten some updates on park development here in Fiddyment Farm and Westpark. Both Fiddyment Farm and Westpark residents are part of the West Roseville Specific Plan (WRSP). We pay for our parks development through our home purchase and maintenance through Roseville CFD (Mello-Roos) for ALL parks in the WRSP.

 

For exact locations of the parks download the PDF Land Use plan for the WRSP.  WRSP_LUM oct 2014.pdf

 

F-50 Laurel Stizzo Park (next to Fiddyment Farm Elementary School): From Tara Gee at Roseville Parks & Recreation Department:

"Yes, there has been a delay.  Two things:

1)  We are still awaiting a city-wide approval for the plans.  It's been in that process for a bit longer than anticipated;
2)  We recently bid another park project and had no bidders.  The information we received indicated that contractors are too busy and that there is a shortage in available subcontractors to work on new projects.  This equates to no bids or bids that are excessively high.  We are targeting to bid the project in October for an early Spring 2017 start date.  This is in hopes that more contractors are available and that we will receive more competitive bids.  Nothing is a guarantee, but we do anticipate better results.

We appreciate your patience.  It just seems one thing happens after another.

We remain committed to pushing forward and get this park built."

 

W-50 A (park near the new elementary school west of the power plant): Public Workshop #1, Held August 30th.  Public Workshop #2 is held October 4 at Junction Elementary.  Targeted start of construction is Spring 2018.  Currently, we are accepting name suggestions for this park.  The advertisement period closes on September 23rd.  I have attached the forms for ease.  Completed forms can be submitted to the City Clerk’s office by 3 pm on September 23rd.

 

W-50 B (small park near Westbrook):  This will a developer built project.  Pulte Homes would like to begin construction next Summer (2017).  We are currently negotiating terms of the construction agreement and hope to be completed this Fall.

 

W-50 C, and D (small parks at the north and south ends of Westpark phase IV): No current plans for these two parks, as yet.

 

W-51 (larger park near the open space at south end of Westpark phase IV):  This park will be slated to begin design in Fall of 2017.


W-54 (park area near village center):  No new updates on this site.

 

F-51 (park to be built near the 4th elementary school in Fiddyment Farm):  No current plans on this park as yet.


F-52 (park near the open space west of Fiddyment and just north of the open space (creek): This park is slated to begin design in Fall 2017.
 

 

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The Fiddyment Farm Neighborhood Association is NOT an HOA and there are no fees or dues. We are here to:
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