The Kessler Park Revitalization Project in Bloomington was the focus of a groundbreaking ceremony hosted by the Department of Public Works – Special Districts on Aug. 11.

The project includes plans for upgrades to enhance recreational opportunities for youth sports, the addition of gates to foster a sense of safety, and improvement of the overall park experience for the community through other planned amenities, such as park Wi-Fi and a renovated snack bar.

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors authorized this exciting new project, which is funded through the Bloomington Community Benefit/Improvement Reserve, the American Rescue Plan Act and Fifth Supervisorial District discretionary funds.

The improvements align with the Countywide Vision by promoting public safety, health and recreation. Kessler Park is operated by the Bloomington Recreation and Park District and the projects are currently in the construction phase.

Construction is expected to be completed in Spring 2024.

Improvements for the park will include:

  • 1,383 square-foot floor plan
  • Upgraded facade
  • Decorative shade improvements
  • 2 New HVAC systems
  • Site improvements & landscaping
  • 20-gallon hot water tank
  • Renovated, updated restrooms
  • New stainless-steel fixtures
  • New windows and doors
  • Updated specialty food service equipment
  • Vandalism-resistant exterior lighting

Additional County Update News – August 18, 2023

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