Capital Improvement Plan
Each year the District adopts a Capital Improvement Plan as part of the annual budget.
A Strategic Plan is adopted by the Board of Directors. after seeking input from community groups, the public, agencies throughout Camarillo and Ventura County and staff. The final document reflects the best methods to meet the growing needs of the community over the next five years.2021-2026 Strategic Plan
Pitts Ranch Park Turf Removal
Grass will be removed on the south-west edge of the park between walkway and trees, to be replaced with drought-tolerant plants, woodchips and decomposed granite for water conservation in January 2022.
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
Arneil 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
The kitchen attached to the auditorium is currently being remodeled for future use as a teaching kitchen where cooking classes can be held for the comunity. The layout is being changed so that it can open up to the adjoining classroom to use for instruction. The oven, icemaker and floor tiles will be replaced. The kitchen will continue to be accessible from the auditorium for special events and rentals.Kitchen Remodel Bid AwardNew Kitchen Layout
Senior and Community Recreation Facility Needs Study
Thank you to all who participated in the information gathering phase of Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District Senior and Community Recreation Facility Needs Study. On September 6, 2018 the Board of Directors of the District accepted the findings and recommendations of the study written by Greenplay, LLC. The District and City are currently in Phase 2 of this project and have published a Request for Proposals for the Design of the proposed Senior and Community Recreation Facility. The RFP can be found in the document list below.
The District is continuing to work with the City Council on making progress toward a Senior and Community Recreation Facility that meets the needs of all. Further updates will be posted to this page so please check back in. For reference, the below documents will be maintained on this page for historical purposes during the project. For further questions on the Senior and Community Recreation Facility Needs Study project, please contact Dylan Gunning, Administrative Analyst, at 805-482-1996 ext. 110.
Phase 1: Needs StudyStatistics ReviewProject Request for Proposals (COMPLETED)Press Release"The Need" PowerPoint PresentationSenior and Community Recreation Facility Needs Study Final Report
Phase 2: Design PhaseDesign Request for Proposals4 Design OptionsInformation (PDF)