Kenilworth Park Revitalization Project

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Project Description 

Kenilworth is the largest community park serving the mid-town area and is in need of overall site improvements to better serve the community’s growing needs. Improvements may include but are not limited to reimagined play spaces, improved access, drainage enhancements, tree work, park amenities, and pathway repairs.

Thanks in part to Proposition 68: California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access for All Act, in combination with the voter-approved Sonoma County Measure M: Parks for All Initiative benefiting local parks, the city has an opportunity to invest these funds and engage the community to create a shared vision and address the parks most critical needs.

Generations of Petalumans have made memories with their friends, families, and loved ones at Kenilworth Park. We look forward to hearing from you and working together to help create an equitable, diverse, and inclusive space for future Petalumans to enjoy!

Community Input

Community input is an essential part of the Kenilworth Park Revitalization project. We held a Community Workshop on October 20, 2022 and conducted a community survey to gather feedback on current concerns and ideas for the future of the park. Thank you to all who took the time to participate! A detailed report summarizing the workshop and survey results will be posted to this webpage soon.

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Please stay tuned to our Community Update emails, social media channels, and this webpage for project information and more opportunities to get involved.

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Project Managers

John Sanglerat, Project Manager, [email protected] , 707-778-4355

Erica Jacobs, Project Manager, [email protected]

Project Location 

Kenilworth Park is located just outside the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds, adjacent to the Petaluma Regional Library, and Kenilworth Recreation Center.

Timeline/Project Status  

September 2022 - Project Website Launch with Community Survey

Late Summer 2022 - Postcard Mailer Announcing Survey and Workshop

Fall 2022 - Community Workshops and Outreach Events

Funding

Proposition 68: California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access for All Act, in combination with the voter-approved Sonoma County Measure M: Parks for All Initiative.

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