Sorry for the Wait!
Like most things lately, shipping delays have caused some issues for our normal routine maintnenance. Our refill doggy bags have been on back order and we are waiting for new bags. Playground parts are also experiencing shipping delays. We hope to have Valle Lindo, Lokker Park, and Dos Caminos playground parts soon! We hear and value your concerns, and we are doing what we can to address these issues as quickly as possible. In the meantime, please plan to bring your own doggy bags when you and your pup come to visit one of our parks.
Tennis/Pickleball Court LED Light Conversion
Over the next month (February - early March 2022), we will be working to convert our tennis and pickleball court lighting to LED lights. We will be closing the courts incrementally so limited use will be available. Tentative schedule (but subject to change):
Mission Oaks: February 14-18 - COMPLETED, NOW OPEN
Bob Kildee: February 22-25 - COMPLETED, NOW OPEN
Valle Lindo: April 11-15 - COMPLETED, NOW OPEN
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan and Self-Evaluation
In keeping with its ongoing efforts to serve all members of the public, the Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District is updating its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) self-evaluation and transition plan. The accessibility plan provides a comprehensive plan for accessibility for persons with disabilities to District facilities, programs, services, activities and events.
Read More about the plan for our facilities and programs.
In 2021, the Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District Board of Directors approved the Districts 2021-2026 Strategic Plan. Goal 1.1 under Sustained Financial Stability is to Review costs, revenues, and subsidies for programs and rentals.
Read More about the study and the upcoming steps and public input period.
Arneill Ranch Park Improvements
View details about the plan for the remodel of this park, as well as the progress being made.
Community Center Kitchen Remodel
View details and updates about the remodel and progress being made.
Park Impact Fees
The purpose of the Park Impact Fees is to address the impacts associated with new development and pay the costs of public recreation and park facilities pursuant to the authority of Government Code section 66001, Article XIII C, Section 1 of the California Constitution, and Article XI, Section 7 of the California Constitution by imposing development fees on new development not subject to the CMC Chapter 18.30 to fund the costs of certain facilities, the need for which is generated by the type and level of the proposed development in accordance with Nexus Study.Park Impact Fee FormMemorandum of Understanding - Park Impact FeesOrdinance No. 1180. Camarillo Municipal Code 16.52 - Establish Park Impact FeesPark Impact Fee Nexus Study
Capital Improvement Plan
Each year the District adopts a Capital Improvement Plan as part of the annual budget.
Senior and Community Recreation Facility Needs Study
View details and updates about the Needs Assessment and future Senior and Community Center.