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Oro Valley to cut the ribbon on two new fields at Naranja Park

Naranja Park

Bring your family and friends to Naranja Park on Saturday, February 10, to celebrate the completion of Fields 3 and 4, located at 810 W. Naranja Drive. At 10:15 a.m., Mayor Hiremath and fellow councilmembers and Town staff will cut the ribbon on the new multi-sport fields.

February 2, 2018

Following the ceremony, from 10:30 to noon, there will be inaugural games and activities for the whole family. Local sport organizations will have booths set up with registration opportunities, information on upcoming leagues and equipment to try out. In addition, the Oro Valley Sports Alliance will host a raffle. Participate in any of the free activities and challenges to receive a raffle ticket to win prizes donated by local organizations.

“The completion of these fields and lighting means we are moving forward with the Town’s pay-as-you-go approach to developing Naranja Park,” said Finance Director Stacey Lemos.

Funding for Fields 3 and 4 came from the Town’s Capital Improvement Program initially approved in the FY 2016/17 budget and rolled over into the FY 2017/18 budget for completion.

Visitors to Naranja Park now have access to four multi-sport fields, two dog parks, paved parking, restrooms, hiking trails, a fixed-target archery range and two walking archery courses.

To learn more about Naranja Park and Oro Valley Parks and Recreation visit www.orovalleyaz.gov or follow us on Facebook.
 

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