Parks are classified by acreage, the area they serve and their features. At one end are mini parks with limited features — these parks are maybe within walking distance of your home. Community parks have natural beauty and many facilities/activities that can be used by large segments of the population.
Types of Parks
- Mini parks address limited, unique recreational and beautification space where a larger park is not possible.
- Linear parks are parks that are substantially longer that they are wide. They do not afford facilities or equipment for exercise or play. They can have benches or trials.
- Neighborhood parks are for children and families and include play apparatus and areas for field games.
- Community parks are used by all ages and usually include areas for walking, bicycling, viewing, sitting and picnicking, as well as athletic fields and areas for court games.
- School park/recreation facilities located at educational facilities.
For information about Park usage contact, Mark Salvador at (559) 846-4809 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Main Office: (559) 846-8643
Fax: (559) 842-5217
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Recreation and Community Services Director
Community Center Coordinator
Park usage reservations can be made in person at the Recreation Office, located at the Community/Teen Center, 15101 West Kearney Plaza. Telephone reservations are not accepted. Reservations are made on a first-come basis.