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Play4All Park NEWS

IMPORTANT - Traffic changes to Play4All Park

The City of Vacaville is making major changes to the Leisure Town Road and Elmira Road intersection.

Traffic within Vacaville will be able to get to the park by coming from the south, heading north on Leisure Town to turn right on Elmira. They can also use the back roads westbound from Elmira. Visitors leaving the park must follow the detour route eastbound on Elmira.

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Public Works Traffic Control Plan

Public Jepson Construction Flyer

SITP - Saturday In The Park Fundraiser

We are thrilled to announce our first park fundraiser, dubbed "Saturday In The Park" set for Saturday, October 5th 2024. The ticketed event starts at 3pm rain or shine. Guests will enjoy gourmet picnic bites, delicious wines and beverages, and local entertainment.

Funds raised will be used to jump-start construction of our Phase Two expansion, featuring a Challenge Ballfield, Dog Park and Walk-Ride-Roll trail around the park. Fundraising is essential to leverage and augment our state grant funding, which is reimbursement-based.

Vacaville Rotary donates Labyrinth

The Vacaville Rotary Club has donated funds to add a super-cool 30' walk-on labyrinth for visitors to enjoy. Its unique design has no walls, so visitors will never get lost while they enjoy navigating the winding pathway.


Latest park upgrades and updates

Thanks to the generosity of the City of Vacaville and our State of California Prop 68 grant, we were able to expand the parking lot to better serve the many visitors to this unique park.

The city of Vacaville has installed solar lighting to improve the safety and security of the park. Park hours are still from dawn to dusk though.

Opening Day interview on KUIC

Click the audio player below to listen to the opening day interview with Tom Phillippi on KUIC radio

Vacaville Public Education Foundation

Sponsors Park Pavilion

VPEF has stepped up to sponsor one of our beautiful picnic pavilions in Phase One of Play4All Park. Keep your eyes open to see how they decorate to promote the spirit of free public education in our community.

Phase One construction wraps up

Thanks to First Five Solano


The governing board of First Five Solano voted unanimously to donate $400,000 to Play 4 All Park in Vacaville, which augmented our budget enough to finish the construction of Phase One of the park. The team recognized that outdoor access opportunities for our youngest citizens will pay dividends throughout their lives!

Play4All Park awarded $1.7 Million

Grant from State of California

for Phase Two

As we wrap up construction of Phase One of Play 4 All park in Vacaville, thanks to the generous donation of $400,000 from First Five Solano, we are thrilled to announce our receipt of  a park development grant from the State of California's "Outdoor Access for All" initiative.

The grant is reimbursement-based, and will help offset construction costs for the Phase Two Expansion.

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