The Community Center was renovated with new paint, flooring, lighting, furnishing and ADA restroom improvements to help better serve Riverside’s youth.
A new 13,800-square-foot Senior Center was completed in 2010 to provide specialized programs for seniors in La Sierra and surrounding areas of the City. The new facility includes a computer training room, billiards room, arts and crafts room and patio with a kiln, dining hall with a stage, fitness room with exercise equipment and nutritionist’s office, full-service kitchen, and a library/reading room. It will provide seniors an opportunity to participate in a nutrition program and other flexible programming of interest. The large dining hall will also be available for use as a banquet facility with access to the kitchen and a fireplace lounge, while the rest of the building can remain in full operation
The Agency funded construction of the 11,500-square-foot Bryant Park Fitness Center of the existing Arlanza Community Center in Bryant Park. Completed in 2008, the project provides a local fitness center for exercise, dance, boxing and karate. Additionally, the project added a new playground on the north side of the park.
This project will replace the existing community center at Hunt Park with a new community center and gymnasium with expanded onsite parking, providing new programs and activities for kids in Riverside.
This project is being constructed in conjunction with the new public high school under construction at Pierce Street and Indiana Avenue. The library will include a children's area that will be open to the public all-day and provide for joint-use between city residents and students.
Completed in 2009, the new Centro de Niños childcare center at Bordwell Park provides care for up to 146 youngsters. The improvements consist of a 14,635-square-foot facility with 6 classrooms, a meeting room, offices, a full service kitchen, a cafeteria/assembly room and a fenced outdoor children’s playground.
New perimeter fencing, a parking lot and trail head were completed in 2010 to enhance the open space park.
This new neighborhood park will have approximately 6.5 acres of open space and the remaining 14.75 acres will be developed with children's playgrounds, turf meadow, picnic shelters, jogging path and play areas.
The renovation of Hunter Hobby Park will include 3 lighted sports fields, additional onsite parking, a new children's playground, basketball courts, picnic facilities, and preservation of the Live Steamer's miniature railroad.
Redevelopment funds have been committed for the construction of a new 28,000-square-foot Fire Station to be located at the corner of University Avenue and Lime Street.
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