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Posted on: January 25, 2017

Arcadia Ballpark Project

In November 2000, San Jose voters approved a $228 Million bond (Measure P) that provided funding for “constructing new recreational sports facilities.” One of the two remaining Bond projects is the citywide softball facility.

On December 9, 2014, the Mayor and City Council authorized the City Manager to negotiate and execute a Purchase and Sale Agreement (PSA) with the Arcadia Development Co. for the purchase of Approximately 14.54 gross acres of land bordered by Quimby Road on the north, Capitol Expressway on the east and Chopin Avenue on the west for the development of the softball facility.

On Septemeber 2, 2016, the Arcadia Development Co. signed the PSA with the City in the amount of zero dollars in order to donate a 14.48-acre site for the proposed softball facility.

 The project will provide active recreation opportunities to the community for youth, adult and senior players as well as tournament, league, and permitted play.
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