On April 26 the Land Use Committee heard a presentation from Toll Brothers on a proposed park downhill from the Porter Ranch Community School. The Developer in conjunction with CouncilMember Englander's Office sought community feedback on desired elements. As a result, the park will include playgrounds, pickleball/tennis courts, hiking trails with view points, and a pavilion for a Farmer's Market. The PRNC also supported the plan at the May 11 meeting and the plan was to go to the Recreation and Parks Commission for approval. They expect to begin construction in early 2017 and finish in the fall of 2017.
The park will be accessible from Mason and have parking near the Mason entrance. It will also be accessed via Porter Ranch Drive with an access road to Mason. There will be parking along the access road. The Active Park is for the playground, sports courts, whereas the Passive Park is for hiking and view points.
This view provides better views of the topography and where the amenites will be located.
Schematic of the sports court, amphitheater and playgrounds.
Proposed Park Powerpoint Presentation