Park Statistics

Parks 1641.35 acres (1257.18 developed, 384.17 undeveloped)
Open Space 4331.05 acres
Park Sites 90 (77 developed, 13 undeveloped)
Cemeteries 3
Dog Off-Leash Parks/Areas 5 Parks and 10 Areas with designated times/seasons
Foothill trails 190 miles (29 miles in the Shafer Butte area, remaining are located in lower foothills)
Greenbelt Pathways 25 miles
Right-of-Way 86.34 acres at 27 sites
Trees > 45,000 trees managed or maintained

Picnic Areas, Playgrounds, Courts & Fields:

  • 39 Covered Picnic Shelters
  • 38 Picnic Areas
  • 31 Pre-School Age Playgrounds
  • 29 School Age Playgrounds
  • 17 Combination Age Playgrounds
  • 22 Full Size Outdoor Basketball Courts, 2 Half Size Outdoor Basketball Courts
  • 86 Tennis Courts within 29 sites
  • 10 Volleyball Courts
  • 16 Football Fields (Multi-use)
  • 14 Softball Fields
  • 6 Outdoor Swimming Pools and the City/YMCA Aquatic Center
  • 32 Youth Baseball Fields
  • 48 Soccer Fields (Multi-use)
  • 3 Lacrosse Fields (Multi-use)
  • 1 Cricket Field
  • 25 Pickleball Courts
  • 1 Archery Range
  • 6 Bocce Courts at 3 sites
Horticulture, Greenbelt & Right-of-Way Services:
  • 67 sites (58 parks, 6 right-of-way, 1 reserve area, and portions of the Greenbelt) utilizing central control system (computerized irrigation control)
  • 13,766 bedding plants
  • 30,142 shrubs
  • 90 pumping systems
  • 1/2 acre Rose Garden of 2,600 plants with 300 varieties
Custodial Services:
  • 64 permanent restroom facilities at 51 sites
  • 18 permanent restroom facilities open year round
  • 14 portable restrooms located throughout parks year round
  • 12 portable restrooms added October 15-April 15
  • 800+ 33 gallon trash cans with lids
  • 11 sub-surface, inground trash containers
Cemetery Services:
  • Maintains 68 acres of cemeteries
  • 44,427 total cemetery lots at all three sites
  • 34,495 total burials at all three sites
  • Average 150 services per year
  • Oldest grave 1860's
Forestry Statistics:
  • More than 45,000 public trees maintained, including street, park and riparian trees
  • 23,500 on public right-of-way
  • 12,000 trees in developed parks
  • 179 distinct tree species
  • More than 700 adopted/memorial trees in parks
  • Tree steward Program in FY12 worked 617 hours valued at $9,828.81 pruning 1,400 trees in Parks and on Right-of-Way
  • Estimated return on investment from street trees alone is 30% (benefits ranging from air quality, energy savings, sequestered CO2, property values, etc.)
  • Laura Moore Cunningham Arboretum growing 1,100 trees for planting in Parks and on Right-of-Way
  • 3,053 Trees Pruned
  • 271 Tree Removals
  • 280 Stump Removals
  • 436 Trees Planted
  • 360 Emergency Responses
Recreation Services:
Miscellaneous Facilities:

As of 1/17/2017