Future Projects

The City of Cloverdale recognizes the importance of establishing and maintaining park facilities and amenities. Below are upcoming projects affecting City parks: 

Restroom

Plaza Park Restrooms


This fall, after the summer activities in the downtown plaza end, the City of Cloverdale is planning the construction of a permanent restroom facility.  The restroom will feature both a men’s and women’s facilities and an outdoor sink and drinking fountain.   

The project is schedule to be completed by November, and ready to roll by next year’s summer activities in the plaza. 

Pickle Ball

Furber Park Pickleball Courts


Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S. Pickleball is a racket/paddle sport that was created by combining elements of several other racket sports. It’s a great sport for all ages. Due to its growing popularly, the City of Cloverdale has received a number of requests for the city to install dedicated courts. After discussion at both the Public Works Subcommittee and City Council it was decides to install two dedicated Pickleball courts at Furber park. With the help of parks superintendent Hector Galvin, a great spot within Furber Park was identified on a former unused sand box area. Construction of the courts is expected to begin mid-August 2022, and be complete within a month.  

An opening ceremony is already in the works, and look forward to providing two dedicated Pickleball courts to the residents of Cloverdale. 

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City Park Basketball Court Project


The City is embarking on the reconstruction of the basketball courts at the Second Street Park. The current basketball courts are many years old, and in need of replacement. With the assistance of a State of California Per Capita grant and City funding, the project will install two full sized asphalt basketball courts.  The courts will be constructed in the same location as the current courts.

Construction is scheduled to begin in October and be completed by November.  We look forward to providing two new full sized basketball courts.