City Awarded $3 Million Grant to Expand Utica Park

Utica Park to Get a Full Makeover!

Thanks to the efforts of City Staff, the Angels Camp Community Club, and The Support from the California Department of Parks and Recreation, the City of Angels has been awarded $3,000,000 to acquire 3.82 acres to expand and improve Utica Park by constructing a new amphitheater, interpretive hiking trail and parcourse, Mark Twain Statue, trailhead kiosk, pavilion, bocce courts, outdoor gym equipment, basketball court, playground, and restrooms.

This is a huge opportunity for our City bringing tourism and boosting our economy with this expansion.  Utica Park becomes a regional park to be enjoyed, not just by our residents, but by visitors from other parts of the County, State, and country.

The additions and updates will commemorate our history and traditions, but add updates for today’s day and age.  A park for all ages and physical abilities.

Budget Information

For more information, you can visit: Parks and Rec

Stay tuned for more information, schedules, and renderings.