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Naranja Park Improvements

Improvements: Lighted sports fields, dog park and parking lot.
Status: 
Complete

 

Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath and members of the Town Council helped "roll out the sod" on the new multipurpose fields, at Naranja Park on Tuesday, July 29, 2014. 

Construction on the fields began in January 2014, and includes the Town's first ever park fed by reclaimed water.  It will take the new grass a few months for the roots to take hold, so the fields should be ready for the community to enjoy near the end of 2014.

The two fields, which measure 375' X 265', can be used for a variety of purposes.  They are part of a larger improvement plan that also includes a dog park and a parking lot.

Naranja Park Master Plan Update

Estimated Start Date: 
Current
Estimated Completion Date: 
Winter 2015
Street(s) Affected or Property Location: 
660 W Naranja Drive
Contractor or Applicant: 
Town Project
Engineer or Property Owner: 
Town of Oro Valley
Town staff contact: 
Paul Keesler, DIS Director/Town Engineer 229-4811 or Kristy Diaz-Trahan, PRL & CR Director 229-5051
Activity Date Range
The Town's DIS department will dig sub-drain trenching. DIS and Parks & Recreation will install/refill sub-drain system.
Irrigation is installed and water tested complete. Musco Lighting "stingers" were installed.
Water Utility completed potable water project. They will begin trenching for (reclaim) water line. This will also include trenching for IT conduit.
AAA Landscape contracted to install irrigation system.
The Town's DIS department dug trenches for irrigation installation and performed scarification of fields and dog park. Sellers & Sons hired for electrical installation.
The final landscape design was completed, and the mass grading is complete.
Water Utility brought potable water to the site and began trench work to the future park site.
GLHN Architects & Engineers were retained to provide the underground electrical plan.
McGann and Associates were retained to provide landscape design on the project. Falcone Brothers started the mass grading of 26 acres.
The Town held a ground breaking ceremony to start this project.
The Mayor and Council authorized $2.3 million for Naranja Park Improvements
Public input on Naranja Park Master Plan Update will be received through July 5, 2014.
Temporary closure of park entry road during mass grading, begins 2/18/14. View letter and map for more informaton.
Solicitation for Naranja Park Mass Grading IFB #14037 due Jan. 29, 2014