Sycamore Grove Extension – Arroyo Del Valle Bridge
Tri-Valley Conservancy's (TVC) bridge construction project in Sycamore Grove is underway! Trees have been pruned and erosion control measures put into place. Work is being done to ready the area for installation of a beautiful new year-round bridge. It is scheduled to arrive in mid-September. Most of the park is open during construction with the exception of the Arroyo Road Entrance. The map below shows areas that are open and areas that are closed. We thank our park visitors for their patience during this important project. View Closure Map.
May Nissen Playground Renovation
Scope of work includes renovation playground with a storybook theme, additional restroom facility. Budget was approved in March 2018. Project bid opening was on June 27, 2018 and was awarded to Goodland Landscape Construction Inc. Construction began in fall 2018. Construction was completed in November 2019.May Nissen Concept Plan.png
Big Trees Park Playground Renovation
Scope of work includes installation of a new playground pathway designed in a tree theme. Budget was approved in March 2018. Project bid opening was held on June 27, 2018 and was awarded to Goodland Landscape Construction Inc. Construction began in January of 2019; the park opened in the summer of 2019.
Pleasure Island Playground Renovation
Scope of work included renovation of playground and surrounding areas with a railroad and agriculture theme. Budget was approved in March 2018. Project bid opening was held on June 27, 2018 and awarded to Goodland Construction Inc. Construction began in fall 2018 and project was completed in August 2019.
Camp Shelly ADA Restroom Replacement
Installation of new ADA Restroom/Shower Facility at Camp Shelly by Romtec. The original estimate was $350,000. In May 2018, the Board of Directors approved additional amenities requested by Open Space staff which added $165,000 to the original estimate. The District has approved the quote package and specifications for the proposed restroom at Camp Shelly. The Forest Service has reviewed and approved the project. Construction was completed by October 26, 2018. Installation of the 200 amp line took place in late spring 2019, this line will service the new all electric water heater. Project completed, Liberty Energy turned power on June 13th.
RLCC Aquatics Center Renovations
Scope of work includes replacement of the current pool deck, re-plastering and tiling of the pool, and ADA compliance measures. The plans were approved on May 15, 2018 by Alameda County Department of Health and Safety. The pool is currently closed with an anticipated re-opening date of summer 2019. During the closure, aquatic programming will be held at the May Nissen Swim Center. The Board of Directors passed Resolution 2645, accepting the bid and awarding the contract to Western Water Features, Inc. Estimated completion of the project is May 2019. Aquatics programs at the RLCC will open on May, 15 2019.
Four (4) of the five (5) roofs have been replaced, and a new alarm system has been installed. The main house roof is slated for replacement in 2020 after the rental season. Plans to repair the porch have been approved by the Historic Preservation Commission and the contractor has been given notice to proceed.
Design: Bill Payne Master Plan
Consultant, RRM Design Group, was hired to complete a master plan for Bill Payne Park. Stakeholder and public meetings were held January through April 2018, and a completed master plan was approved by the Board on December 12, 2018.Bill Payne Master Plan Board Presentation RRM.pdf
Altamont Creek Playground
The renovations to Altamont Creek Park Playground have been completed and the park is now open.The completed playground has new rubber surfacing, several climbing structures and a rope structure. The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District completed the project in early January of 2019.This project to replace the playground at Altamont Creek Park was joint-funded with the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District.
The project included the installation of synthetic turf between the full-sized fields, installing Hybrid Bermuda grass sod to the outer spectator areas of fields one and two, fencing off the area around the electrical boxes, and grading and drainage restoration. The district worked with Bastion Construction Services to complete the Synthetic Turf installation in early January 2019.
Sycamore Grove Del Valle Trail Renovation
The Sycamore Grove Park Arroyo Del Valle Regional Trail Renovation is a 2.5 mile trail renovation that began in the summer of 2018. The renovations have been completed in partnership with the East Bay Regional Park District. The East Bay Regional Park District provided $500,000 in funding, $700,000 was provided from reserves approved by Livermore Area Recreation and Park District Board of Directors with an additional $75,000 authorized for project management expenses.Grade Tech was awarded the bid.Renovations included re-paving of the 2.5 mile trail with information markers painted along the path, rock walls and french drains built along the trail and hydro-seeding over construction areas.
The city of Livermore initiated the process to convert the 85-acre property, formerly a nine-hole golf course, into an open space. The property was locked into the existing open space designation by voter approval of Measure FF in the 2016 general election, which requires a vote of the people for any future change to the land use designation. In 2016, the LARPD contracted with RRM Design Group to engage the community in the development of a conceptual plan for the open space. Over the course of the community outreach process, a total of five alternative designs were presented at a series of well-attended community workshops. RRM presented the Final Concept Plan to the Board of Directors October 25,2017. The Board unanimously voted to endorse the Springtown Open space conceptual Plan and referred it to the Livermore City Council for their consideration.
Project #: 536
Project Manager: LARPD John Lawrence
Covered Arena Fencing
Project #: 728
Project Manager: LARPD Fred Haldeman
Phone: (925) 371-5711
Robertson Park Trail Repair
Project #: 724
Project Manager: City of Livermore
Jane Addams Playground Renovation
Scope of work includes renovation or preschool playground with a nature and community play theme. Budget was approved in March 2018. Project bid opening was help on June 27, 2018, construction began in early summer 2019. The park opened in the summer of 2019.