Recently Completed Projects

Imagine Playground at Dublin Sports Grounds

Project Completion: Completed

Total Estimated Construction Cost: $5,065,000

The Imagine Playground at Dublin Sports Grounds project provided for the rehabilitation of the existing playground into an all-abilities playground at Dublin Sports Grounds, located at Dublin Boulevard and Civic Plaza. This rehabilitation included the design and construction of an all-abilities playground, an all-inclusive picnic area, upgraded landscape, parking facilities, and pathways to improve accessibility and connectivity to other park features including the sports fields, and a new ADA-compliant restroom facility.

Clover Park

Project Completion: Completed
Total Estimated Construction Cost: $1,281,000

This developer-built project provided for the design and construction of a two-acre neighborhood square in the Irongate Development. The design began in the fall of 2016 and was dedicated in October 2020.  The square was designed in accordance with the Neighborhood Square Standards contained in the Parks and Recreation Master Plan.

Sunrise Park

Project Completion: Completed

Total Estimated Construction Cost: $500,000

This project is a developer-built 10.75 nature community park in the Irongate Development and a portion of the property is bounded by Clover Park to the south.  The park opened in October 2020.  The park design features walking trails connecting the surrounding neighborhoods, a bike trail, native landscaping and an overlook at the top of the hill.

Dublin Police Services - Public Safety Complex

Project Completion: Completed

Total Estimated Project Cost: $21.5 million

In order to meet the growing needs of the community, Dublin Police Services moved into a new location on Clark Avenue at Dublin Boulevard in February 2020.  The new Dublin Police station anchors the City's Public Safety Complex, which includes the existing Alameda County Fire Department administrative offices.

Emerald Glen Recreation and Aquatic Complex - Phase I

Project Completion: Completed

Total Estimated Project Cost: $43,831,000

The Emerald Glen Recreation and Aquatic Complex, also known as "The Wave," was completed and opened in May 2017.  The facility is located at 4201 Central Parkway in Emerald Glen Park.  Phase I includes a 31,940 square-foot facility with an indoor pool for swim lessons, fitness classes, and lap swimming; an outdoor competitive pool for water polo and swimming; a playground pool, also known as the "Splash Zone"; and a slide tower with speed slides and loop slides.  A concession stand was added to The Wave in May 2018.

Public Art - Emerald Glen Recreation and Aquatic Complex

Estimated Project Completion: Completed

Total Estimated Project Cost: $258,000 (Public Art Fund)

This public art project, Thank You, Water: An Offering of Gratitude to the Spirit of Alamilla Spring, is located along the boardwalk outside of the Emerald Glen Recreation and Aquatic Complex, "The Wave." The budget for this project was based on one percent of the estimated building valuation for the Emerald Glen Recreation and Aquatic Center, and was approved by City Council in July 2013.  Artist selection and design was completed in Fiscal Year 2013-2014.  Artwork fabrication and installation was completed in August 2018.  For more information on this public art piece, visit www.dublin.ca.gov/tyw.

Dublin Sports Grounds Renovation

Project Completion: Completed

Total Estimated Project Cost: $831,000 (State Housing Grant Funded)

This project provided for improvements to baseball fields #4, #5, and #6, which includes new dugout shade structures, scorekeepers booths, trash and recycling receptacles, as well as a concrete paving and drinking fountain for field #6.

Jordan Ranch Park

Project Completion: Completed

Total Estimated Project Cost: $2,299,000

This 4.4-acre park, located in the Jordan Ranch development, opened in February 2018.  The park includes a shaded playground with areas for tots, ages two to five years, and youth, ages five to 12 years; group picnic area with tables and barbecues; spaces for informal family picnics; open space meadow for informal sports, games, and passive activities; a basketball court; trail access; and a restroom.  

Fallon Sports Park - Phase II

Project Completion: Completed

Total Estimated Project Cost: $17,779,000

Fallon Sports Park is a 60-acre community park bordered by Fallon Road, Central Parkway, Lockhart Street, and Gleason Drive. Phase I of the park was dedicated in July 2010.  This project provides for the design and construction of Phase II of the park.  The lower terrace consists of two synthetic turf lighted soccer fields; a 90-foot lighted baseball diamond; restroom and concession building; adventure playground; group picnic area; four lighted bocce ball courts; expanded parking; and landscape and street frontage improvements along Central Parkway and Fallon Road.

Public Art - Fallon Sports Park

Project Completion: Completed

Total Estimated Project Cost: $280,000 (Public Art Fund)

This public art project, Elatus, is situated at Fallon Sports Park. This 60-acre community park is bordered by Fallon Road, Central Parkway, Lockhart Street, and Gleason Drive. The budget for this project is based on one percent of the building valuation of both Fallon Sports Park Phase I and II. Phase I of the park was dedicated in July 2010. Construction was completed in Winter 2018. Artist selection for this project took place in Fiscal Year 2014-2015. Artwork design and construction began in Fiscal Year 2014-2015.

Sean Diamond Park

Project Completion: Completed

Total Estimated Project Cost: $2,939,000

This project is a five-acre neighborhood park which includes a central gathering point with lighted rose garden and public art, playgrounds for children ages 2-to-5 and 5-to-12. The park also features a tennis court, picnic area with shade structure, informal lawn area, grass volleyball court, restroom building, and pathways for circulation and exercise within the Positano Development. The project was awarded in March 2017 and was completed in April 2018.  The park was designed in accordance with the Neighborhood Park Standards contained in the Parks and Recreation Master Plan.