The park site is located at 1300 Gold Hill Road, next to the Tri-Valley Little League Fields and Green Valley Middle School.
COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION: The City is aware of the concerns arising from the rock pathway within the large dog park. A pathway solution has been selected and funding for the project was approved in July with the City's budget adoption. Design is currently underway, construction documents should be ready by the end of the year and the project should be completed by the summer of 2015. Implementation of the solution will require the large dog park to be closed for a short period of time. Thirty (30) day notification will be given prior to the facility being closed. Project updates will be provided as appropriate.
DOG PARK PAVEMENT PROJECT UPDATE
Berger Concrete, Inc. has entered into a contract with the City of Fairfield to perform the Cordelia Community Dog Park Pavement project. Berger is scheduled to begin the work on June 1, 2015. The project is expected to be completed by the end of July. The large dog park will be closed during this period.
Notice to Residents and Business Entities
We appreciate your cooperation while these improvements are made and will try to minimize the inconvenience as much as possible. If you have any questions or special coordination needs, please contact Don DeJong of Berger Concrete, Inc at 707.935.3805 or the City of Fairfield at 707.428.7478.
The City Council, at their April 21, 2015 meeting, awarded the contract for the Dog Park Pavement Project to Berger Concrete, Inc. Berger is required to provide the community with a 30 day notice prior to closing the large dog park for construction. The work will likely start during the month of June and should be completed prior to the end of summer. If you have additional questions, please call 707.428.7431.
The construction documents are nearly complete to replace the existing rock pathways with concrete. Project bids will be submitted around mid-March 2015. Award of the project is tentatively scheduled for the second City Council meeting in April. Construction will likely commence in late May and may take up to 60 calendar days to complete. Another update will be provided once the construction contract has been awarded by City Council.