Parks and Recreation
The Department of Parks and Recreation offers an array of diverse programs, services and facilities to the residents of our city and the broader Sacramento community.
The Department prides itself in the many partnerships and collaborations with other governmental agencies, school districts, community-based organizations, neighborhood groups and the business sector for delivery of programs that serve our shared constituents. Only a third of the Department’s $32+ million operating budget is from the General Fund of the City. Grants, participant fees and support from the business community comprise significant sources of additional funding.
Key to the Departments successful framework are our staff (196 career and almost 1,700 part time/seasonal employees), and their individual and collective commitment to providing the best services possible. Their continual responsiveness in identifying and answering challenges and opportunities will have an impact on many generations to come.
Sacramento will be the Most Livable City in California
- A Positive, Enthusiastic Attitude
- Honesty & Integrity
- Exemplary Customer Service
- Innovation and
- The Will to Succeed
STRATEGIC GOALS & INITIATIVES
North Natomas Regional Park
4989 Natomas Blvd. (Lake and Detentions Basin)
2501 New Market Drive (Ball Field Complex and Dog Parks)
Currently, 47.30 acres has been developed at North Natomas Regional Park, including a lake, landscaping, dog parks, bridges, walkways, and bikeways adjacent to the detention basin and drainage canals.
This regional park includes many amenities, little league field, youth softball field, senior baseball field, group picnic area with shade structure, adventure playground, water spray area, farmer’s market, stage at existing lawn amphitheater
South Natomas Community Center:
2901 Truxel Road
Included with the community center, library, off-street parking and multi-purpose field, this 25 acre park also includes the following amenities: Rose Garden Adventure Play Area Group Picnic Area Lifetrail Stations (senior and disabled fitness equipment stations) installed during May 2007)
Natomas Oaks Park:
2230 River Plaza Drive off the Garden Highway
Picnic Areas, Nature Area with Oak Preserve and Jogging Trail