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Wetlands Phase I

In September 2009, Phase I of the Fairview Park Wetlands and Riparian Habitat Project was completed. Seventeen acres of riparian habitat was planted, wetland ponds and streams graded, and an irrigation system installed. Funding for Phase I was provided by the US Army Corps of Engineers, California Department of Parks and Recreation and the City’s Park Development Fund

Wetlands Phase II

  • Six acres of wetland ponds
  • Five acres of native grasslands
  • Three acres of oak trees
  • Nine acres of coastal sage scrub
  • 760 trees planted
  • 8,700 shrubs planted
  • 19,000 CY of dirt moved to create the ponds and channels
  • 2 miles of irrigation pipe installed