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   Working with Morgan Hill to extend its downtown vision into a comprehensive, accessible park system, JLJA designed conceptual site plans for three distinct, yet complimentary parks and carefully integrated them into the urban fabric. Depot Street Park is an active space with dynamic play equipment ranging from climbing structures and webbing to a giant wood xylophone. Little West Llagas Creek Park is a passive recreation-based park with benches, tables, and pathways highlighting the creek and its natural features, including riparian habitat restoration. Both parks feature drought-tolerant landscapes and offer wi-fi connections and device charging stations. Hill Top Park is a multi-use trail for walkers and runners that connects to downtown and adjacent trails. Located atop Nob Hill, it incorporates a series of custom slides to make the descent experience even more unique. To increase safety, trail design includes narrowing and making one-way the street that leads to the trail. 
       
     
  Location : Morgan Hill, California  Client :  City of Morgan Hill   Dates : 2014-current  Size : 4.13 acres  Cost : $4.5 million  Civil Engineer  :   Sandis    Morgan Hill Downtown Parks and Trails
       
     
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   Working with Morgan Hill to extend its downtown vision into a comprehensive, accessible park system, JLJA designed conceptual site plans for three distinct, yet complimentary parks and carefully integrated them into the urban fabric. Depot Street Park is an active space with dynamic play equipment ranging from climbing structures and webbing to a giant wood xylophone. Little West Llagas Creek Park is a passive recreation-based park with benches, tables, and pathways highlighting the creek and its natural features, including riparian habitat restoration. Both parks feature drought-tolerant landscapes and offer wi-fi connections and device charging stations. Hill Top Park is a multi-use trail for walkers and runners that connects to downtown and adjacent trails. Located atop Nob Hill, it incorporates a series of custom slides to make the descent experience even more unique. To increase safety, trail design includes narrowing and making one-way the street that leads to the trail. 
       
     

Morgan Hill Parks and Trails Renovation / Working with Morgan Hill to extend its downtown vision into a comprehensive, accessible park system, JLJA designed conceptual site plans for three distinct, yet complimentary parks and carefully integrated them into the urban fabric. Depot Street Park is an active space with dynamic play equipment ranging from climbing structures and webbing to a giant wood xylophone. Little West Llagas Creek Park is a passive recreation-based park with benches, tables, and pathways highlighting the creek and its natural features, including riparian habitat restoration. Both parks feature drought-tolerant landscapes and offer wi-fi connections and device charging stations. Hill Top Park is a multi-use trail for walkers and runners that connects to downtown and adjacent trails. Located atop Nob Hill, it incorporates a series of custom slides to make the descent experience even more unique. To increase safety, trail design includes narrowing and making one-way the street that leads to the trail. 

  Location : Morgan Hill, California  Client :  City of Morgan Hill   Dates : 2014-current  Size : 4.13 acres  Cost : $4.5 million  Civil Engineer  :   Sandis    Morgan Hill Downtown Parks and Trails
       
     

Location: Morgan Hill, California
ClientCity of Morgan Hill
Dates: 2014-current
Size: 4.13 acres
Cost: $4.5 million
Civil EngineerSandis
Morgan Hill Downtown Parks and Trails

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