City Officials held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House to mark the completion of the Pico Park Improvement Project.
Many residents who live near the park may remember the old Community Center that once stood on the grounds of Pico Park. During this past winter, the old Community Center building was demolished andsoon after City crews were working hard to clear the area so work could begin on bringing new amenities to the park.
With the project now completed, Pico Park now boasts new amenities such as a rubberized walking path that encircles the main park grounds, exercise stations placed at various locations, and an additional shade structure.
Funding for the project was made possible through the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation Land and Water Conservation Fund.