New park will cater to youth and canines

Council member Pierre Neu, Mayor Pro Tem Bill Biasi, Mayor Wade Cowan, Council Member Jesse Loren, former City Manager John W Donlevy, Jr., Chris Dickinson, Land Development and Acquisitions Project Manager of Towne Development of Sacramento, and Andrea Shrahlo, Project Landscape Architect, The HLA Group Landscape Architects & Planners, Inc. broke ground at Three Oaks Park on Sept. 11. The estimated finish date of the park is for Fall 2021. Photo by DaveAdamsPhotography.com/Courtesy photo

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Construction has begun on the first two phases of an eventual 10-acre park at the Stone’s Throw housing development west of Shirley Rominger Intermediate School.

Three Oaks Park is planned to be built in three phases.

The first 2-acre parcel now being built, between Moody Slough Road and Niemann Street, will include a dog park, basketball court, futsol court, a play structure, picnic space, and a grassy area.

The second 2-acre parcel, between Niemann Street and Chapman Street, will include walking paths, a play structure, a picnic and a grassy area.

The two areas are expected to be completed by April 2021

The final and largest parcel of the park, at Chapman and Vasey streets, will include space for soccer and baseball fields.

There is no start date for the last phase.

The development of the park is part of the Development Agreement between the Developer and the City of Winters.

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