Capital Projects

These projects are funded by the City of Lincoln's Capital Improvement Project program. 

Bella Breeze Park
  • Located within the Twelve Bridges community, bordered by Bella Breeze Drive, Cabra Street, and a nature preserve.
  • Contract for professional services was awarded September 2023 to develop a park master plan. 
  • For more information, view project page linked below.

Bella Breeze Park Master Plan

Henry Rood Park (formerly known as Brentford Circle Park)
  • Located within the Lincoln Crossing neighborhood, adjacent to Scott M. Leaman Elementary School.
  • Contract for design services was awarded January 2022.
  • Online survey for the park masterplan conducted Spring 2022. Thank you for your participation!
  • Design Concepts were approved by the Park & Recreation Committee on September 7, 2022
  • Biological survey of the park site was performed and a need for environmental permits was identified. On March 14, 2023, City Council approved additional environmental services to obtain PCCP/CARP (Western Placer County Aquatic Resources Program) approvals and to address CEQA requirements for Henry Rood Park. The scope of services includes biological surveys, studies, coordination with PCCP and preparation of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Addendum that is required for PCCP approval.

  • The project continues to go through the environmental process in early Spring 2024.  The project still needs to conduct the final Black Rail bird survey, to be completed in Spring 2024, and receive survey results for fairy shrimp sampling before PCCP can issue the Certificate of Authorization. 
  • We anticipate to be able to proceed with project bidding this summer.

Jimenez Park Phase 3

  • Located within the Lincoln Crossing neighborhood, bordered by Groveland Lane and Ferrari Ranch Road.
  • Phase 3 improvements will include a lighted soccer field, minor concrete work such as curb and sidewalk, drainage facilities and pocket picnic trellis, as well as parking lot improvements.
  • Construction on the next phase of improvements at Jimenez Park began on April 8th. The aerial images below show grading progress made for the new soccer field during the first week of work. 

  • April 16, 2024 drone image of grading progress made at Jimenez Park for new soccer field.
  • April 16, 2024 drone image of grading progress made at Jimenez Park for new soccer field
  • Parking lot closures will be announced on the front page of the City’s website under Newsroom and Notices.

Developer Projects

These projects are built and funded by developers.

Independence Parks