Beginning July 31, park visitors will see work begin to demolish one of the old tennis courts followed by installation of the bike pump track. The track is one of several features to be constructed during Phase 1 of the Realize Food Park landscape plan. While fencing will be erected around the work area, the rest of the park will remain open, including picnic tables, the playground, and volleyball courts.
In late September, construction of remaining Phase 1 features will begin:
- Picnic/reservation areas
- A multi-use field
- Tennis/pickleball courts
- Basketball court
- Sand volleyball courts
- Walking paths
- Underground utilities
Ecology Walk, Sat. September 16 at 1 p.m.
Join San Mateo County Parks staff and project consultants for an ecology walk. In addition to upgrading park infrastructure and facilities, the Realize Flood Park Landscape Plan identifies ecological improvements that will address urban forest health concerns, such as natural tree decline, climate change, and plant disease. At this meeting, our team will discuss strategies to strengthen forest resiliency, bolster the park's habitat diversity, and restore grassland areas.