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CRPD Opens Pyramid Peak Park!


From the left, Cordova Recreation & Park District (District) Director of Parks & Recreation Jill Nunes; District Board Members: Director Brian Danzl, Director Michael Yearwood, Chairperson Rick Sloan, Vice-Chairperson Terri Leimbach; District General Manager Patrick Larkin and Park Planning & Development Manager Laura Taylor celebrate the opening of Pyramid Peak Park.
From the left, Cordova Recreation & Park District (District) Director of Parks & Recreation Jill Nunes; District Board Members: Director Brian Danzl, Director Michael Yearwood, Chairperson Rick Sloan, Vice-Chairperson Terri Leimbach; District General Manager Patrick Larkin and Park Planning & Development Manager Laura Taylor celebrate the opening of Pyramid Peak Park.

Earlier today, the Cordova Recreation & Park District (District) celebrated the opening of Pyramid Peak Park, a new neighborhood park in Rancho Cordova. Pyramid Peak Park is the 7th park the District has opened in the last five years and the District’s 43rd park overall. This park was named after the beautiful California Sierra Mountains that can be seen in the distance. Pyramid Peak Park offers meandering walkways, picnic areas and a beautiful landscape. In the midst of the densely built environment, people can come to this space to have a picnic, walk a dog or just relax in nature.


Pyramid Peak Park is the result of a team effort with two years of planning, designing and careful construction. The Pyramid Peak Park team consisted of District staff, Woodside Homes, Pacific Parks, Callander Associates and the District’s supportive Board of Directors.


This park is one of the many examples of the District’s sustainable parks. It has drought-tolerant landscaping, weather-wise irrigation systems and site furnishings that are durable and tough. The District will continue to bring the community sustainable places as the area grows and is built out. In the next few years, the District will be designing exciting parks, improving existing parks and planning for a sustainable and bright future.


The District is excited to see the community enjoy and make wonderful memories at this new neighborhood park. Now more than ever, Parks Make Life Better!® Visit Pyramid Peak Park at 4053 Red Blush Way, Rancho Cordova.

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