PARKS MAINTENANCE DIVISION
The Parks Division maintains over 96 acres of City Parks. This includes irrigation, mowing, planting, weeding, field preparation and cleanup and event preparation/cleanup.
For photos, a map and available amenities on specific City Facilities, visit the Facilities page of the Recreation Department.
Download a Paso Robles Trail Map [PDF] here.
If you see an maintenance issue that needs attention, you can fill out the online Action Request Form to alert the Public Works Department.
For more information or questions regarding the Maintenance Services Division email email@example.com or call (805) 237-3873.
Larry Moore Park
Riverbank Lane, Paso Robles (View Map)
Playground, BBQ areas, playing field with small backstop
In the interest of serving the community, the City of Paso Robles will take on the management of Larry Moore Park, including all expenses that come with that responsibility. The City will now maintain the park. In so doing, the status of the park will change from a neighborhood park to a general use park.
More detailed information about the park's transition can be found in the two-page fact sheet, which you can download below. If you have questions after reviewing the fact sheet, please contact us.
Please note that your County tax bill will list your Lighting & Landscape rate as $105.10, which is $2 more than the total assessment amount provided to you in the Riverbank Subdivision breakdown. The additional $2 is a fee imposed by the County, for the County, and is not part of the City's budget to maintain your area.
For immediate questions regarding the park transition, please email LarryMoorePark@prcity.com, or call (805) 227-7227.
UPDATE: As a follow up to the August Meeting in the Park, the City of Paso Robles invites your continued participation in the conversation about the future of Larry Moore Park. As we present a draft of the park concept, this workshop will be an opportunity to give us your input and preferences for certain aspects of the park.
Larry Moore Park Workshop
Saturday, December 12
Program will start promptly at 10:00 AM
At the Public Safety Center in the EOC (Emergency Operations Center)
800 Park Street, Paso Robles