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Lompoc secures skate park funding

Lompoc skate park plan
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The city of Lompoc has been awarded $3.6 million from the state to fund a new skate park and community park.

LOMPOC, Calif. - The city of Lompoc has been awarded $3.6 million dollars in state funding to build a new skate park. The College Park concept plan also includes a playground, basketball court, picnic tables, corn hole and ping pong.

The funding was awarded through the California Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program.

The city invited public input on the park design and grant application process.

The park will also feature lighting and security cameras along with fresh landscaping and a completely redone skate park.

"This College Park project engaged young leaders, future architects, and the skate park community, and showed them the power of their voice," Lompoc Recreation Manager Mario Guerrero, Jr. said in a city news release. "We at the city enjoyed working with our community to build the best version of College Park’s future. We are grateful to the state for this grant that will do much good in our community for so many. Lompoc deserves this
park.”

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