The project is known as "Oasis Park," and would involve the development of 14.29 acres of land in the east Coachella Valley as a public use neighborhood park under the administration of the Desert Recreation District. Although a specific design plan is not available at this time, the District anticipates that the park may include the following amenities; baseball and soccer fields, playground equipment, landscaping, shaded picnic and seating areas, a walk/jogging path, a skate park, restrooms, vehicle parking, and lighting.
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Recreational (14.29 acre neighborhood park)
Site Plan, Use Permit
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