Legacy Fields represents a significant contribution to youth sports in Tracy. At full build-out, Legacy Fields will consist of 166 acres of active sport areas. The first phase, consisting of 72 acres is in progress. Twelve baseball fields and eight soccer fields make-up phase 1. The infrastructure constructed for this project can serve 166 acre site for ultimate development in future.
The $11 million phase 1 infrastructure includes grading on the 72 acres including improvements on Tracy Blvd., four unpaved parking lots (786 parking stalls) with landscaping and lighting, entrance road, widening of Tracy Blvd., grading and drainage improvements, site drainage including storm drain channels, sanitary sewer systems (fire and domestic), construction of a storage pond and pump station for irrigating the sports fields.
The project is completed in two phases. Phase 2 improvements will provide electric services to each field for irrigation and lighting.
|Map Data 2013 - Google|
|Project Start:||January 15, 2012|
|Phase 1 Expected Completion:||Substantial Completion April 30, 2012|
|Phase 2 Expected Completion:||June 10, 2013|
|Final Project Acceptance:||Tentatively City Council Acceptance on June 18, 2013|
|April 16, 2013||Press Release||Legacy Fields Ribbon Cutting|
|January 3, 2013||City Council Staff Report||Award Construction Contract to DeSilva Gates|
|July 20, 2010||City Council Staff Report||Approved PSA with Nolte Associates|
|November 18, 2008||City Council Staff Report||Approval of Conceptual Design|
Total cost of design and construction of this project is $11 million with the majority of funding coming from the City's General Project fund. The following is a breakdown of funding sources:
|General Project Fund||$ 8.5 million|
|Plan C Parks Fund||$ 1.6 million|
|South MacArthur Parks Fund||$ 0.9 million|
|Total Funding||$ 11.0 million|
Design Consultant: Nolte Associates of San Jose, CA
Contractor: DeSilva Gates of Dublin California
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Paul Verma, Senior Civil Engineer