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first_imgThe new gym will back up to the existing one so the two can share locker rooms, a cost-saving move, Gould said. If the current draft budget is approved, the sports complex likely will house the city’s first dog park, which will cover about an acre, he said. Other plans include two outdoor basketball courts and additional parking. A final phase on the drawing board but not considered in the upcoming budget is two more fields, a BMX track and open space with trails along 15 unbuildable hilly acres. “By the time it’s finished it’ll have the full gamut from open space at trails to a 50-meter pool,” Gould said. Central Park in Bouquet Canyon sits on a little more than 100 acres and abuts more acreage being donated to the city by The Newhall Land and Farming Company as part of its adjacent River Village development now under construction. The draft budget includes $23.2 million for design and construction of the park’s third phase – now proposed as a recreation center, gym, pool, outdoor basketball area and cross-country trails on the park’s perimeter. A second dog park also is being considered there. [email protected] (661) 257-5251160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SANTA CLARITA – The city’s two regional parks face more than $40 million in expansions in the next five years, with plans on the table for a new gym, a pool, a park where dogs can run off their leashes and a redesigned skate park. A draft budget and a five-year capital plan being reviewed by the Santa Clarita City Council include $23.2 million in major additions at Central Park and $17.2 million to expand the city’s George Caravalho Sports Complex. Fourteen acres of the sports complex are set for projects that will include relocating the existing skate park to the northeast corner of the 70-acre facility, adding a multipurpose playing field with lights, and building a second gymnasium. The complex, a converted cosmetics warehouse with grounds, already houses a gym, activities center and aquatic center. “The gym is pretty significant,” city parks chief Rick Gould said. “One of our biggest programs is the youth basketball leagues and we depend largely on the high school district, but we’re growing and they’re growing and at some point your elbows are whacking into each other.” last_img read more

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