Jack Fischer Park Improvements

The Campbell City Council has approved funding for park renovations. The City of Campbell Public Works Department is in the preliminary planning stage of updating the play structures at Jack Fischer Park, with construction anticipated to be complete by summer 2017. There are two play structures the City is planning to replace: the tot-lot (2-5 yrs) and the school age (5-12 yrs). Replacement facilities must fit within the existing play area footprints subject to current safety standards. Each structure has multiple play components and the City has some flexibility in how to configure future structures. We would like your feedback on current and future features. City staff will be at the park at the dates/times listed below to receive community comments.                                             

 Date  Day  Time
Sept. 27 Tuesday 10:00 am to noon and
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Sept. 30 Friday 11:00 am to noon and
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Oct. 3 Monday 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Oct. 5 Wednesday 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Oct. 8 Saturday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Oct. 11 Tuesday noon to 2:00 pm
Oct. 13 Thursday 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

If you are unable to attend, please take a moment to provide us with your thoughts by sending us an e-mail at the following address:

ParksProjects@cityofcampbell.com  

Below is a list of a few potential topics that you might address in your email.

  1. How often do you visit the park?
  2. When do you typically visit the park? (Weekday/Weekend, Time of day)
  3. What brings you to the park? (Playgroup, playtime, family time, party)
  4. How old is the child (children) enjoying the park?
  5. What is/are your favorite park feature? (ex. Slide, Swings, Climbing Net, Greenspace, Water feature, Sand)
  6. What is/are your least favorite park feature? (ex. Slide, Swings, Climbing Net)
  7. What feature do you most want to see in a new play structure?
  8. What is your favorite Park in the area? Why?

Please provide all feedback by October 16, 2016. Comments will be compiled and presented to the Parks and Recreation Commission on November 2, 2016.