The 10-acre parcel of land adjacent to the existing park (currently outside the city limits) will receive two additional soccer fields, and a baseball diamond. Beyond the outfield of the baseball diamond an open space area will double as a storm water basin. Smoot Avenue will be fully improved to City local street standards (60-foot right-of-way) along the parcel frontage. The eastern half of Amador Street will be improved to City arterial street standards (84-foot right-of-way) extending from the residential development to the north to the Smoot Avenue extension. An on-street parking lot will be constructed adjacent to Smoot Avenue, providing approximately 80 additional on-street parking spaces. The development activities also include installation of turf and trees and another permanent restroom facility will be added.
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