Conejo Community Center and Park Assessment Project
Vision and Mission
Our vision is to enhance the qualities of this unique facility for the benefit of the community while retaining the "spirit" of Conejo Community Center and Park.
Our mission is to plan for the replacement of Conejo Community Center and renovate the Park as necessary through a comprehensive assessment process by engaging the public, stakeholders, and staff.
The existing wood-framed Community Center, just over 7,000 square feet in total, was built in 1965 by local volunteer efforts. Most of the 36.4-acre property for Conejo Community Park, also known as "Dover and Hendrix", was transferred from Ventura County to the Conejo Recreation and Park District in 1972. The rolling hillside park is host to the popular Summer Concerts in the Park series held in the sloped lawn amphitheater and also boasts diverse recreation programming, scenic reservable facilities, picnic areas, and a ballfield.
The project proposes to replace the existing 7,000 SF building with a new 19,000 SF building. The proposed new building will be constructed to be a Community Resiliency Center while providing year-round recreational programs and classes, as well as the ability to serve as an evacuation shelter for the community.
Should you have further questions that are not answered here, feel free to contact Andrew Mooney, Parks and Planning Administrator, at [email protected] or 805-381-1218.
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