Prop 68 Grant Applications

What would you like to see in your neighborhood park?
How do you imagince your park?

Prop 68

Proposition 68 authorized $1 billion in general obligation bonds for state and local parks, environmental protection and restoration projects, water infrastructure projects, and flood protection projects. The Greater Vallejo Recreation Department is working on grants to receive Prop 68 funds that will improve parks in Vallejo. These bonds are unique in that they do not require any city matching of funds.  This state money can make a giant difference to the parks in Vallejo. We are in the last round of funding totaling almost $400 million.

As of 3/12/21, the deadline for submissions, GVRD has applied for grants for the following locations.

Children’s Wonderland

Enter through the castle guarded by crocodiles to this whimsical park with a restored tea-pot, fire truck and Cinderella’s carriage along with the new playgrounds, sand surrounded dinosaur and much more. A fully-fenced park with play areas, reservable picnic areas, outdoor theater, restrooms, and off-street parking.

Proposed Changes

Sports Complex – Franklin Middle School

Proposed Changes

Richardson Park

Richardson’s Park offers children’s play equipment, open turfed play areas, basketball courts, off street parking and three rentable pavilions.

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Washington Park

Washington Park is located at 900 Ohio Street.

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Wilson Park

Wilson Park has children’s play equipment, open turf areas, shaded picnic areas with BBQ’s, ball fields, multi-use field, restrooms and off street parking.

Proposed Changes

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