The City of Chula Vista will hold a second workshop to discuss improvements to Eucalyptus Park to make it a more welcoming and improve pedestrian connection.
The workshop takes place on March 3 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Feaster Charter School in the multi-purpose room at 670 Flower Street, Chula Vista. This comes after an initial workshop on Jan.19, and a public survey on what residents would like to see in the Eucalyptus Park, located at 436 C Street.
According to city officials, the design team will present the park's master plan incorporating public input. Eucalyptus park was the first park built in Chula Vista in 1927.The nearly 20-acre park services residents in the northwestern part of the city.
In 2022, the city received a $7.1 million grant to improve Eucalyptus Park including repair and renovation of existing park elements and infrastructure, as well as the addition of new park amenities.
Once construction begins, repairs and renovations are expected to be completed by March 2025.