The City of Santa Monica is planning to expand Memorial Park!
We are just beginning this project and look forward to your participation. Please take the survey below to tell us how you use the park today and how it might be improved in the future. The survey will be open until June 1, 2018.
Memorial Park Master Plan Community Workshop #1: Wednesday, May 23, 2018, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Memorial Park Gym
All residents and stakeholders are invited to participate in this public input opportunity. Learn more about the Memorial Park Master Plan and take part in interactive activities with the designers to express your aspirations and program requests for the renovated and expanded park. A light dinner will be served. Date and time subject to change.
- Partners: AHBE Landscape Architects
- Budget: $326,706
- Location: 1401 Olympic Boulevard
- January 23, 2018: City Council Selects Design Team (Staff Report Item 3.H)
- Spring/Summer 2018: Community Outreach (TENTATIVE)
- Summer 2018: Draft Master Plan Options Complete (TENTATIVE)
- Winter 2019: City Council Approval of Final Master Plan (TENTATIVE)
Memorial Park is a 10.3-acre community park with six baseball/softball fields, a skate park, four tennis courts, gated children’s play structures, on-site parking, restrooms, a dog run area and three City-owned and operated community buildings.
The City has engaged AHBE Landscape Architects to develop a cohesive master plan for combining the existing park with a City-owned, 2.9-acre site to the north. Through a planning and community engagement process, a conceptual layout will be developed for a newly renovated and expanded community park with a focus on sports fields, particularly baseball and softball.
City Council Approves Designer for Memorial Park Master Plan
Santa Monica City Council awarded the feasibility study and master plan design of the Memorial Park Redevelopment and Expansion Project to AHBE Landscape Architects. Following a competitive process, AHBE was selected based on their understanding of the project, experience working with governmental agencies and conducting community outreach, and track record with projects of similar size and scope. Their previous work includes Airport Park in Santa Monica and a master plan for Earvin “Magic” Johnson Park in Los Angeles.