News & Announcements • Crossroads Park Renovation Project Up

The City of Chino Hills is continuing work on the Crossroads Park Renovation Project featuring the City’s first fully inclusive playground for people of all abilities to enjoy. The renovated park was originally expected to reopen to the public on January 31, 2024, however, during the construction additional work areas have been identified as in need of improvement and the park will remain closed to the public through mid-April 2024. Access to the tennis courts will be available, however, there will be no public restrooms open during this time.

The original renovation project scope includes new state-of-the-art inclusive playground equipment designed to accommodate individuals with mobility challenges and sensory sensitivities, ramps, transfer areas, accessible pathways, improved lighting, new picnic tables and benches, expansion of the parking lot , and resurfacing of the tennis courts. In addition to these areas, the project now includes interior and exterior repairs to the existing restrooms and rehabilitation and repair of the existing gazebo.

The playground, gazebo, picnic areas, restrooms, and parking lot will remain closed to the public through mid-April 2024. Tennis courts will remain accessible from Avenida De Las Flores to minimize impacts to the community, except when closed during the resurfacing portion. Exact dates will be provided closer to the start of that portion of the project. Please be advised that during construction there will be no ADA-accessible walkway to the tennis courts as access is through the grass area.

The total project cost for the Crossroads Park renovation project is $1.275 million. Of the total project cost, $125,000 was provided by a generous donation from the Chino Hills Community Foundation, with Foundation support from the Howard and Nikki Applebaum Foundation and the Jack and Gloria Kramer Family Foundation, and $210,000 was funded through the California Department of Parks and Recreation Proposition 68 Per Capita Grant Program. The remaining $815,000 was funded by the City’s General Fund and Community Facilities District Regional Fund, and $125,000 by American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding.

For project updates and more information, please visit Project schedule and park closures may adjust due to weather conditions, availability of supplies, or construction delays. For questions, please contact the Public Works Department at (909) 364-2800.