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Today the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts approved the lease agreement that was approved by the Carson City Council last week on Tuesday, October 7, 2020 for a 10.5 acre park space adjacent to the existing Carriage Crest Park - immediately tripling the size of the park and bringing the first dog park to Carson.

The lease agreement allows for recreation, sporting uses, ancillary facilities like parking and a dog. The lease terms also provide the flexibility for the City to also engage third-party operators and opens the door for grant opportunities. Because of the size of the new sized park, the options are abundant for the City to address the recreational needs of Carson, including but not limited to, sports fields, picnic areas, play areas for children, walking paths, and areas devoted to exercising. The City Council unanimously voted to approve the lease agreement.

“This is a phenomenal opportunity; I am excited about the open space and recreational opportunities coming to Carson. We are about to triple the size of one of our existing parks and build additional facilities the community needs, which include our first dog park and much needed sports fields,” said Carson Mayor Albert Robles. “The increased park size is not only beneficial for Carson, but also for the entire region,“ added Mayor Robles.

The next steps include the development of a state of the art facility and identifying additional resident desired amenities for the park. Carson is pursuing funding sources, including but not limited to Proposition 68, a Parks and Water Bond Act approved in June 2018. It is a measure to authorize $4 billion in general obligation bonds for state and local parks, environmental protection projects, water infrastructure projects, and flood protection projects.

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