Star Valley Park Survey Open For Input

Source: Valley Center Happenings
4/12/16

The Valley Center Parks and Recreation District (VCPRD) released an official survey regarding future park plans, including Star Valley Park. 

“Our Parks and Rec District has been serving Valley Center for 50 years with a very small budget compared with other communities in the surrounding San Diego area,” said Anita Baranowski, spokesperson for the VCPRD Advance Planning Subcommittee. “We are inviting the community to share their vision and shape the potential for developing more useful park space with a variety of facilities that will allow for a regional style park and offer lots of things to do without leaving Valley Center.”

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Public invited to take survey on Star Valley Park development

Source: Valley Roadrunner
4/28/16

The Valley Center Parks and Recreation District (VCPRD) this week announced the official survey about future park plans, including Star Valley Park, is open and available at www.StarValleyPark.org

“Our Parks and Rec District has been serving Valley Center for fifty years with a very small budget compared with other communities in the surrounding San Diego area,” said Anita Baranowski, spokesman for the VCPRD Advance Planning Subcommittee. “We are inviting the community to share their vision and shape the potential for developing more useful park space with a variety of facilities that will allow for a regional style park and offer lots of things to do without leaving Valley Center.”

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VCP&RD dedicates Star Valley Park: invites community to make it happen

Source: Valley Roadrunner
4/14/2016

The event was the Groundbreaking/Sign Raising and Kickoff for Star Valley Park Development. It occurred on Valley Center Road on the side of the road where a sign was unveiled inviting Valleyites to support the new park.

“When I think of parks, I think of fun!” said Valley Center Parks & Rec District director Larry Glavinic Friday morning. He and fellow park directors and members of Advanced Planning Subcommittee and supporters gathered for the ceremonial kick-off of a campaign to persuade VC property owners to tax themselves to help pay for more parks and their maintenance.

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Star Valley Park Ground-Breaking on Friday

Source: Valley Center Happenings
4/12/16

Valley Center falls significantly short of other California communities when it comes to active parks, which are determined by total residents. Change is coming soon, however.

Based on goals set by San Diego County, Valley Center has 42 acres of parks spread across five locations, some of which is on land that is currently being leased to the Parks and Recreation District.

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