What milestones have been accomplished so far?


  • June 2019: The Cosumnes CSD Board of Directors approved an agreement with GreenPlay, LLC, to produce a Morse Park Recreation Center Feasibility Study/Business and Operations Plan. This ensured the facility will include the right amenities for cost-effective operations and long-term sustainability.
  • July 2019: Community outreach started by asking the community to share their ideas for the Morse Park Recreation Center. Dozens of activity and amenity ideas were collected from 372 people. See the Public Input Summary (PDF) for more details.
  • September 2019:  The online survey results in 750 more people submitting ideas for the top activities and amenities to include in the Morse Park Recreation Center.
  • October 2019: Findings and recommendations presentation to summarize community input, recommend programming, address demographics and trends, and identify the best uses for Morse Park Recreation Center. 
  • Early 2020: Development of facility concept drawings, capital budget, and operating budget.
  • November 2020: The Morse Park Recreation Center Business and Operations Plan, plus a funding plan, is approved by the Cosumnes CSD Board of Directors.
  • April 2021: Competitive RFP process results in 11 architect proposals. Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (BRS) selected to design Morse Park Recreation Center.

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1. What milestones have been accomplished so far?
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