The Pasadena community is invited to a public meeting Saturday, March 26, at 10 a.m. in the Multipurpose Room at Robinson Park Center, 1081 N. Fair Oaks Avenue, to learn about the second and third phases of the Robinson Park Master Plan and provide their comments.
Phases Two and Three will include renovation and expansion of the recreation and gymnasium building.
During the community meeting, presentations will be made about proposed funding for the project, timeline for initiation and completion, and conceptual design.
Following the presentations the community will be invited to make comments and suggestions.
Staff in the Pasadena Public Works Department and the Pasadena Human Services and Recreation Department have been working with local residents to implement the master plan.
The first phase of the plan included the first regulation-size football field in any Pasadena park (with synthetic turf and a soccer overlay), enlarged and reconfigured baseball diamonds, new restrooms, a concession stand, field lighting, electronic scoreboards, bleachers and a storage building.
Robinson Park was named in honor of the entire Robinson family, including Jackie, Mack, their three other siblings and their mother Mallie.
For more information about the meeting call (626) 744-7333.
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