Facilities & Park Development

As the City of Dublin continues to grow, central to our development is our dedication to enhance the overall quality of life here...to create an environment where people love where they live. Our priority is to create and improve park, recreation, and cultural facilities for all current and future residents of Dublin. To that end, the City has several projects in the works, and we invite you to look at the many stages of our parks and facilities development.

These projects are being developed in accordance with the City's Parks and Recreation Master Plan.

Facilities & Park Development Projects


(as of July 2016)

Dublin Crossing Community Park Master Plan

 

Estimated Project Completion:

 Fall 2016 

Total Estimated Project Cost:

 $167,448 (Public Facilities Fee Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion

:

 None 
Dublin Crossing Community Park will be located at the intersection of Dublin Boulevard and the future Scarlett Drive extension. The 30-acre Community Park site will be built in three phases. As part of the project, a Master Plan will be developed utilizing a community task force. The park will be designed in accordance with the standards contained in the Parks and Recreation Master Plan.  These standards identify the following amenities for community parks: tot lot and apparatus play area; picnic tables and secluded space for informal family picnics; group picnic facilities, open space meadow for informal sports, games and passive activities; and sports facilities such as ball fields, soccer fields, tennis courts, volleyball courts, and basketball courts.

Dublin Public Library Expansion - Center For 21st Century Skills and Learning


Estimated Project Completion:

Fall 2016

Total Estimated Construction Cost:

$180,000 ( City portion only)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion:

Potentially $50,000
This project provides for the completion of the unoccupied expansion space adjacent to the children's area in the Library. The entire 37,000 square foot Library building was completed in Fiscal Year 2002-2003 and 30,000 square feet was occupied, leaving two areas with the remaining 7,000 square feet for future expansion. This phase of the Library expansion is a 1,432 square foot area. The project includes the removal of the interior wall, installation of glassed partition doors and windows, completing the finishes, and provision of furnishings. The Alameda County Library will outfit the space with Wi-Fi, wireless laptops, presentation equipment, and other high-tech amenities, and utilize it as a multi-purpose program space for a variety of traditional and cutting- edge Library programs that will support the development of 21st Century skills for youth and adults. The room will become a hub for partnerships between the Library and many local organizations. Visit the project page for more information. 

Emerald Glen Recreation and Aquatic Complex - Phase I


Estimated Project Completion: 

Early 2017

Total Estimated Project Cost:

 $35,245,280 (Public Facilities Fee Fund and General Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion: 

$786,700 
This project is currently under construction at Emerald Glen Park, located on Tassajara Road between Central Parkway and Gleason Road. For current project information and time lapse webcam video of the project, please visit the Emerald Glen Recreation and Aquatic Complex page.  Phase I includes a 31,940 square-foot facility with an indoor pool for lessons, fitness classes, and lap swimming; an outdoor competitive pool for water polo and swimming, featuring a climbing wall over the water; a playground pool; and a slide tower with speed slides and loop slides. This project will complete the City Council’s strategic goal of developing a state-of-the-art Recreation and Aquatic Complex. Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration

Public Art - Emerald Glen Recreation and Aquatic Complex


Estimated Project Completion:

Early 2017

Total Estimated Project Cost:

$208,000 (Public Art Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion:

None
This public art project is sited at the Emerald Glen Recreation and Aquatic Complex, located on Tassajara Road between Central Parkway and Gleason Road. The budget for this project is based on one percent of the estimated building valuation for the Emerald Glen Recreation and Aquatic Center and was approved by City Council in July 2013. Artist selection and design was completed in Fiscal Year 2013-2014.  Artwork fabrication and installation will be complete in Fiscal Year 2015- 2016.

Jordan Ranch Neighborhood Park 


Estimated Project Completion: 

Spring 2017

Total Estimated Project Cost: 

$2,189,441 (Public Facilities Fee Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion:

 $82,575 
This 4.4-acre park, located in the Jordan Ranch development, is currently under construction.  The park will include a shaded playground with areas for tots ages 2 to 5 years, and youth ages 5 to 12 years; group picnic area with tables and barbecues; spaces for informal family picnics; open space meadow for informal sports, games, and passive activities; a basketball court; trail access; and a restroom.  View the conceptual designs for the new park.

Neighborhood Square at Irongate


Estimated Project Completion: 

Fiscal Year 2017-2018

Total Estimated Construction Cost: 

$1,150,000

Annual General Fund Operation Impact upon Completion: 

To be determined once park construction is complete.
This project provides for the design and construction of a 2-acre neighborhood square in the Irongate Development. The design will begin in Summer 2016 and be completed by December 2016.  If you are interested in providing input as part of the design process, please sign up to be notified of public meetings related to the project.  Upon completion of the design process, construction is scheduled for completion in late 2017. The square will be designed in accordance with the Neighborhood Square Standards contained in the Parks and Recreation Master Plan.

Fallon Sports Park - Phase II

 

Estimated Project Completion: 

Fall 2017 

Total Estimated Project Cost:

 $14,588,914 (Public Facilities Fee Fund and General Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion:

 $346,710 
Fallon Sports Park is a 60-acre community park bordered by Fallon Road, Central Parkway, Lockhart Street, and Gleason Drive. Phase I of the park was dedicated in July 2010. This project provides for the design and construction of Phase II. The lower terrace consists of two synthetic turf lighted soccer fields; a 90-foot lighted baseball diamond; restroom and concession building; adventure playground; group picnic area; four lighted bocce ball courts; expanded parking; and landscape and street frontage improvements along Central Parkway and Fallon Road. The estimated cost is $14,588,915 of which $12,588,915 is from Public Facility Fees, and $2,000,000 is from the General Fund for the incremental difference of installing synthetic turf soccer fields compared to the natural turf, and the addition of lighting for the soccer fields.  View the conceptual designs for phase II of Fallon Sports Park.

Dublin Heritage Park Cemetery Phases

 

Estimated Project Completion: 

To Be Determined 

Total Estimated Project Cost:

 $5,279,138 (General Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion:

 To Be Determined 
Pending the completion of the Master Plan Study in Fiscal Year 2016-2017, this project would provide for the renovation of the Pioneer Cemetery and the construction of a new cemetery area adjacent to the Dublin Heritage Park. This would include the acquisition from the Dublin Historical Preservation Association of an approximate 0.9-acre parcel south of the existing Pioneer Cemetery. The construction may provide for an additional 34 plots for in-ground burials; 200 interment vaults; 2,235 columbarium niches for cremains; and a bridge over the creek for pedestrian access to the expanded cemetery. Improvements would also be made to the existing cemetery site and landscape.  Funding of $1.5 million for the project has been contributed by the developer of the Schaefer Ranch project.
Concept Plans

Public Art - Fallon Sports Park


Estimated Project Completion:

Fiscal Year 2017-2018

Total Estimated Project Cost:

$250,000 (Public Art Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion:

None
This public art project is sited at Fallon Sports Park. This 60-acre community park is bordered by Fallon Road, Central Parkway, Lockhart Street, and Gleason Drive. The budget for this project is based on one percent of the building valuation of both Fallon Sports Park Phase I and II. Phase I of the park was dedicated in July 2010. Construction is estimated to be completed in Fiscal Year 2017-2018.  Artist selection for this project took place in Fiscal Year 2014-2015.  Artwork design and construction will begin in Fiscal Year 2014-2015 and is estimated to be completed in Fiscal Year 2017-2018.

Public Art - John Monego Court


Estimated Project Completion:

Fiscal Year 2016-2017

Total Estimated Project Cost:

$300,000 (Public Art Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion:

None
This public art project is sited on John Monego Court, in the cul-de-sac located adjacent to I-580. The project budget is based on in-lieu fees paid by the surrounding development. Sufficient funding has been added to create an artwork of a scale that can be seen from Interstate 580.  Artist selection will take place in Fiscal Year 2015-2016.  Artwork design and construction will begin in Fiscal Year 2015-2016 and is estimated to be completed in Fiscal Year 2016-2017.

Dublin Crossing Community Park - Phase I


Estimated Project Completion:

Fiscal Year 2018-2019

Total Estimated Project Cost:

$4,360,259 (Public Facilities Fee Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion:

$187,410
Dublin Crossing Community Park will be located at the intersection of Dublin Boulevard and the future Scarlett Drive extension. The 30-acre Community Park site will be built over three phases. Phase I will include 10 acres at the southeast corner of Scarlett Drive and the future G Street.

Public Art - Dublin Crossing Community Park


Estimated Project Completion:

Fiscal Year 2018-2019

Total Estimated Project Cost:

$750,000 (Public Art Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion:

None
This public art project is sited at the Community Park that will be developed as part of the Dublin Crossing development. The 30-acre Community Park site will be built over three phases. As part of the project, a Master Plan will be developed utilizing a community task-force in Fiscal Year 2014-2015.  Phase I design will be implemented in Fiscal Year 2016-2017 with construction beginning in Fiscal Year 2017-2018.  Phase II design will be implemented in Fiscal Year 2018-2019 with construction beginning beyond the five year CIP timeframe.  Phase III will occur beyond the five year CIP timeframe.  The valuation of this Public Art project is based on all phases and also takes into consideration the high visibility of the park location.  The project contains two components.
1. Permanent Public Artwork:  Artist selection for a permanent public artwork will take place to coincide with the design of Phase I in FY 2016-2017. Artwork design and installation will begin in FY 2016-2017 and be completed in FY 2018-2019.
2. Temporary Sculpture Exhibit Pads:  In FY 2018-2019, an area will be identified within Phase II for a Temporary Sculpture Garden.  This project will provide for pads to be designed and installed to accommodate a program of temporary sculptures.

Public Art - Heritage Park


Estimated Project Completion:

Fiscal Year 2016-2017

Total Estimated Project Cost:

$500,000 (Public Art Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion:

None
This public art project is sited at the Dublin Heritage Park, located at the corner of Dublin Boulevard and Donlon Way, and is envisioned as a Veterans Memorial.  The project budget is based on the Public Art in-lieu contribution required by the Schaefer Ranch Development Agreement, which specifies the Public Art funds collected for that development be used at the Heritage Park.  Artist selection will take place in Fiscal Year 2015-2016. Artwork design and fabrication will begin in Fiscal Year 2015-2016 and is estimated to be completed in Fiscal Year 2016-2017.

Sean Diamond Park Design

Estimated Project Completion:

Fiscal Year 2015-2016

Total Estimated Project Cost:

$500,000 (Public Facilities Fee Fund)

Annual General Fund Operating Impact upon Completion:

$88,855 once park construction is complete
This project provides for the design of a 4.8-acre neighborhood park in the Positano Development. Design will begin in Fall 2015, and be completed in Fiscal Year 2015-2016.  There is currently no funding available for construction at this time. The park will be designed in accordance with the Neighborhood Park Standards contained in the Parks and Recreation Master Plan.