- Associated Press - Tuesday, August 9, 2016

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - A decade after California voters were promised $400 million worth of parks in some of the state’s poorest neighborhoods, fewer than half of the 126 parks that got the money have been built. Here are details on the parks that received funding from the state.

COMPLETE (59)

-Anaheim, Miraloma Park and Community Center, $4.23 million to City of Anaheim

-Avenal, Avenal Neighborhood Park, $511,000 to City of Avenal

-Calimesa, Calimesa 4th Street Park, $2.8 million to City of Calimesa

-Cathedral City, Cathedral City Whitewater Park, $5 million to City of Cathedral City

-Citrus Heights, Arcade Creek Park Preserve Development, $3.6 million to Sunrise Recreation and Park District

-Coachella, Rancho Las Flores Park, $5 million to City of Coachella

-Corning, Corning Community Park, $4.28 million to City of Corning

-Covina, Cougar Park, $2.13 million to City of Covina

-Desert Hot Springs, Community Wellness and Aquatic Center, $2.26 million to City of Desert Hot Springs

-Dinuba, Dinuba Recreation and Activity Center, $1 million to City of Dinuba

-El Centro, Dr. MLK Skate/BMX Park, $2.5 million to City of El Centro

-Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg Coastal Park, $4.85 million to City of Fort Bragg

-Fresno, Martin Ray Reilly Park, $3.17 million to City of Fresno PARCS Department

-Fresno, Universally Accessible Park, $5 million to City of Fresno PARCS Department

-Glendale, Maryland Avenue Park, $1.73 million to City of Glendale

-Lathrop, Lathrop Community Complex, $6.3 million to City of Lathrop

-Lawndale, Larry Rudolph Park (formerly Larch Avenue Park), $4.15 million to Trust for Public Land

-Long Beach, Craftsman Park, $722,000 to City of Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine

-Long Beach, Orizaba Park & Community Center, $2.2 million to City of Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine

-Los Angeles, York-Avenue 50 Park, $2.88 million to City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

-Los Angeles, Carlton Way Pocket Park, $1.27 million to Trust for Public Land

-Los Angeles, La Mirada Park, $810,000 to City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

-Los Angeles, Marsh Park, $2.77 million to Mountains Recreation and Conservation

-Los Angeles, Patton Street Pocket Park, $2.71 million to Trust for Public Land

-Los Angeles, 111th Place Neighborhood Park, $535,000 to Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative

-Los Angeles, Faith and Hope Veterans Park, $658,000 to Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust

-Los Angeles, Watts Serenity Park, $5 million to Trust for Public Land

-Los Angeles, Gladys Jean Wesson Park, $763,000 to Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative

-Los Angeles, West Adams Heights Park, $518,000 to Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative

-Lynwood, Lynwood Linear Park, $5 million to City of Lynwood

-Marin, Rocky Graham Park, $5 million to Marin City Community Services District

-Maywood, Benito Juarez Park, $1.91 million to Trust for Public Land

-Merced, McNamara Community Park Renovation, $2.62 million to City of Merced

-Monterey County, Pajaro Community Park, $5 million to Monterey County Redevelopment Agency

-Oakland, Cesar Chavez Park, $2.25 million to City of Oakland Community & Economic Development Agency

-Oakland, Golden Gate Recreation Center Expansion, $6 million to City of Oakland Public Works

-Oakland, West Oakland Center, $5 million to City of Oakland Community & Economic Development Agency

-Oakland, West Oakland Park and Urban Farm, $4 million to City Slicker Farms

-Paramount, Salud Park, $4.58 million to City of Paramount

-Paso Robles, Paso Robles Uptown Family Park, $2.58 million to City of Paso Robles

-Perris, Mercado Park, $3.5 million to City of Perris

-Porterville, Fallen Heroes Park, $2.15 million to City of Porterville

-Richmond, Elm Park Expansion and Renovation, $1.94 to City of Richmond

-Rosemead, Garvey Aquatic Center, $3.26 to City of Rosemead Parks & Recreation Department

-Sacramento, Artivio Guerrero Park, $3.03 to City of Sacramento Parks and Recreation Department

-Sacramento, McClatchy Park Redevelopment, $3.03 million to City of Sacramento Parks and Recreation Department

-Sacramento County, Jan Drive Park, $410,000 to Carmichael Recreation and Park District

-San Diego, Copley-Price Family YMCA, $9.47 million to YMCA of San Diego County

-San Francisco, Boeddeker Park & Clubhouse, $4 million to Trust for Public Land

-San Jose, Nisich Park, $400,000 to City of San Jose Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services

-San Marcos, Connor’s Park, $3.79 million to City of San Marcos

-San Pablo, Helms Community Center, $5.8 million to City of San Pablo

-Santa Ana, New Park and Community Center, $3.52 million to Latino Health Access

-Santa Ana, Willard Intermediate Park, $4.38 million to City of Santa Ana Parks, Recreation and Community Services Agency

-Santa Cruz, Riverside Gardens Park, $1.77 million to City of Santa Cruz

-Stanton, Stanton Central Park, $872,000 to City of Stanton

-Tulare, Mulcahy Park, $1.11 million to City of Tulare

-Vista, Vista Academy of Visual & Performing Arts, $5 million to City of Vista

-Willits, Willits Kids Club Discovery Park & Playground, $495,000 to Willits Kids Club

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-Arvin, Jewett Park, $3.4 million to City of Arvin

-Brawley, Alyce Gereaux Park Renovation, $2.7 million to City of Brawley Parks and Recreation

-Chula Vista, New South Bay Family YMCA, $6 million to YMCA of San Diego County

-Chula Vista, South Chula Vista Library/Orange Avenue Park, $2.8 million to City of Chula Vista, Building & Parks Construction

-Compton, Compton Creek-Washington Elementary Natural Park, $1.04 million to Los Angeles Conservation Corps

-East Palo Alto, Cooley Landing Park, $6.23 million to City of East Palo Alto

-Emeryville, Peladeau Park and Greenway, $1.2 million to City of Emeryville

-Eureka, Jefferson Park and Community Center, $3.31 million to Westside Community Improvement Association

-Fall River Mills, Fall River Mills Community Center Park, $304,000 to Fill River Valley Community Services District

-Fort Bragg, Fort Bragg Coastal Trail Phase II, $474,000 to City of Fort Bragg

-Fresno, Cultural Arts District Park, $2.5 million to City of Fresno PARCS Department

-Goleta, Hollister/Kellogg Park, $1.3 million to City of Goleta

-Grand Terrace, West Side Park, $1.84 million to City of Grand Terrace

-Greenfield, Greenfield Community Park, $3 million to City of Greenfield

-Hawthorne, Bicentennial Park Renovation, $3.71 million to Trust for Public Land

-Inglewood, Center Park Expansion, $2.67 million to City of Inglewood

-King City, King Street Pocket Park, $610,000 to City of King City

-Kings County, Home Garden Community Park, $1.97 million to Home Garden Community Services District

-Live Oak, Live Oak Soccer Park, $1.85 million to City of Live Oak

-Long Beach, Gumbiner Park (formerly Alamitos/Armory Park), $2.83 million to City of Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine

-Long Beach, Drake/Chavez Soccer Fields and Parkway, $2.51 million to City of Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine

-Los Angeles, Budokan Little Tokyo Recreation Center/Park, $5 million to Little Tokyo Service Center

-Los Angeles, Franklin/Ivar Park, $2 million to Mountains Recreation and Conservation

-Los Angeles, Madison Avenue Park, $2.18 million to Trust for Public Land

-Los Angeles, Ord & Yale Street Park, $5 million to City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

-Los Angeles, Albion Riverside Park, $5 million to City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

-Los Angeles, Wellness Center Park and Fitness Center, $1.84 million to Amigos De Los Rios

-Los Angeles, Pacoima Wash Greenway - El Dorado Park, $1.63 million to Mountains Recreation and Conservation

-Los Angeles, West Lakeside Street Park, $4.96 million to City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

-Los Angeles, Jacaranda Park, $5 million to Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust

-Los Angeles, Nevin Avenue Elementary School Park, $2.9 million to City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

-Los Angeles, Slauson-Wall Park, $5 million to City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

-Los Angeles, WAYS Reading and Fitness Park, $1.33 million to Heal the Bay

-Los Angeles, Miracle Park, $1.49 million to Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust

-Los Angeles, New Park - Western/Gage, $514,000 to Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative

-Los Angeles, South Victoria Avenue Park, $2.24 million Trust for Public Land

-Los Angeles, MudTown Farms, $5.17 million to Watts Labor Community Action Committee

-Lynwood, Yvonne Burke-John D. Ham Park & Community Center, $5 million to City of Lynwood

-McFarland, McFarland Discovery Park, $2 million to City of McFarland

-Oakdale, South Yosemite Avenue Community Park, $4.38 million to City of Oakdale Community Development

-Oakland, CARE Community Center, $7.55 million to Lao Family Community Development, Inc.

-Oakland, Durant Mini Park Improvement, $1.05 million to City of Oakland Public Works

-Oakland, Rainbow Recreation Center Expansion, $5 million to City of Oakland

-Ontario, Ontario Civic Center Community Conservation Park, $3 million to City of Ontario

-Parlier, Parlier City Park, $2.64 million to City of Parlier

-Rancho Cucamonga, Los Amigos Park, $3.94 million to City of Rancho Cucamonga

-Richmond, Unity Park, $5 million to City of Richmond

-San Bernardino, E Street Park, $5 million to City of san Bernardino

-San Diego, Charles Lewis Mem Park, $2.8 million to City of San Diego Parks

-San Diego, Jackie Robinson YMCA Teen & Family Rec Center, $5 million to YMCA of San Diego County

-San Diego, Living Lab: Canyon Connection Park, $3.31 million to Ocean Discovery Institute

-San Francisco, 17th & Folsom Park, $2.7 million to City and County of San Francisco Recreation and Parks

-San Francisco, Hilltop Park Renovation, $5.1 million to City and County of San Francisco Recreation and Parks

-San Gabriel, Marshall Community Park, $4.69 million to City of San Gabriel

-San Jose, Buena Vista Park, $600,000 to City of San Jose Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services

-San Jose, Del Monte Park Phase I, $3.5 million to City of San Jose

-San Jose, Roberto Antonio Balermino Park, $2.5 million to City of San Jose

-San Pablo, Rumrill Park, $3.43 million to City of San Pablo

-Santa Ana, Roosevelt Elementary Park Development, $5 million to City of Santa Ana Parks, Recreation and Community Services Agency

-Santa Rosa, Bayer Neighborhood Park and Gardens, $4.83 million to City of Santa Rosa Parks

-Sonoma County, Taylor Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve, $750,000 to County of Sonoma

-South Gate, State Street Park, $2 million to City of South Gate

-Tulare County, Earlimart Park, $2.15 million to County of Tulare

-Tulare County, Richgrove Community Park, $2.81 million to Richgrove Community Services District

-West Sacramento, Joey Lopes Park, $4.11 million to City of West Sacramento

-Winters, Orchard Village Park, $865,000 to City of Winters

-Yolo County, Esparto Community Park and Aquatic Center, $2.92 million to County of Yolo

The following parks were approved and granted funding, but the cities later withdrew from the program:

WITHDRAWN (2)

-Compton, Greenleaf Parkway, about $1,000 to City of Compton

-Susanville, Sierra Community Park, $98,000 to City of Susanville

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Source: California Natural Resources Agency (https://j.mp/CAparks-list ), information from local project coordinators

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