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Status Update on Park Improvement Projects in Sausalito

Post Date:11/30/2018 3:00 PM

At the City Council meeting on November 27, Public Works Director and City Engineer Jonathon Goldman presented an update on park improvement projects currently underway in the City of Sausalito. The update covered Dunphy Park, Southview Park, and improvements to the athletic field and tennis and basketball courts at MLK Park.

MLK Park. Improvements currently underway at the athletic field at MLK Park include regrading the field to improve drainage and adding an asphalt path around the perimeter of the field. Improvements to the tennis courts are also planned, but were delayed when the low bid was higher than the engineer's estimate. City staff has revised the bid form to make the base project more affordable and has issued a notice inviting bids with the intent to complete tennis court work in spring 2019. Improvements to the basketball court are also planned, including the addition of pickleball. The basketball/pickleball court project is also expected to be completed in spring 2019.

Dunphy Park. Construction of the Dunphy Park Improvement Project was originally scheduled to begin in September 2018 but was delayed pending various permits and agreements, including a permit from the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC). City staff has been informed that the BCDC permit is imminent. Notice to proceed with construction of the project has been issued, and work will start in early December 2018. It is expected that the bulk of the work at Dunphy Park will be completed by the end of June 2019.

Southview Park. Contractor bids on the Southview Park Improvement Project have been received by the City and are currently being evaluated. If an acceptable low bid is within the engineer's estimate for the project, construction will begin in early 2019.

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