Parks & Open Space Master Plan

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The City of West Sacramento Parks and Recreation Department is conducting a comprehensive update to the City’s Parks and Open Space Master Plan to establish priorities for improvements to our parks and open space system and recreation programming over the next 10 years.  The current Parks Master Plan was adopted in 2003, with minor adjustments made in 2006.  Since then, there have been significant changes in development and demographic trends, as well as local government economic shifts that impact the demand/need for a variety of recreation amenities and the ability to fund them. Additionally, changes to the natural and built environment have resulted in numerous opportunities to create unique recreation amenities along riverfront bluffs, miles of levees, agricultural landscapes, and progressive urban developments that promote active living.  The Parks and Recreation Department oversees more than 38 parks, open space areas and public plazas, in addition to a 21,000 square foot Community Center and 38,000 square foot Recreation Center.  To provide input and for more information on the Parks and Open Space Master Plan Update, please visit