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STILL NEED TO ENTER FROM THE NORTH, OFF TANGERINE ROAD, ON MUSETTE DRIVE
PARKING TO THE WEST HAS NOW BEEN CLOSED TEMPORARILY. USE NORTH AND EAST LOTS ON GRAPHIC BELOW.
The town is making improvements to Naranja Park and they have cautioned us that the new drive into the park can be dark! Please use caution! Also, we may be restricted from parking in the normal west parking lot to field 3. There is alternative parking on the north side (girls players know where this is) and east side of field 4. We anticipate this to fill up as we'll start sharing with other users of the fields.
See below for the updated official media release:
Naranja Park parking lot to close March 16 through 27 for paving
Oro Valley, Arizona (March 10, 2020) – The Town of Oro Valley’s Public Works Department announced today that it will close the Naranja Park parking lot from Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27 in order to perform infrastructure improvements (grading and stormwater) and paving activities for a new parking lot to access the future playground in the park.
Whether on foot, bicycle or in a vehicle, park users are asked to stay outside of the construction area (as indicated on the map) and to observe the posted speed limit (15 MPH) while traveling on the temporary access road in the park. The plan to reopen park access from Naranja Dr. and close the temporary access road off Musette Drive is slated for early May. The new playground will open in late summer 2020.
Access to Naranja Park (except for the Archery Range) will continue to be available from a temporary access road via Musette Drive at Tangerine Road. Park users will need to park on the north or east side of the park’s multi-use fields. (See map below for parking information).
See below for the original official media release:
Naranja Park access detour begins Feb. 18, Park users must use Musette Drive
Oro Valley, Arizona (February 11, 2020) – Beginning Tuesday, February 18, access to Naranja Park will be detoured to Musette Drive (off of Tangerine Drive) at the park’s north entrance. No through traffic will be permitted at the Naranja Drive entrance to the playing fields, dog parks and other facilities. The Naranja Park archery range will be the only facility accessible via the Naranja Drive entrance on the park’s southern end. (See map below)
The reason for this detour is to allow Town personnel to continue preliminary site and infrastructure work related to the new Naranja Park playground. To kick everything off, the Town’s Public Works Department needs to divert a major drainage and then fill and grade the area where the park and parking lot will be located. Getting the dirt (and dirty) work done now will allow the playground to start coming together in May.
This new playground will include everything for kids ages 1 to 101, such as play areas, shade structures/ramadas, swings and an adventure tower (if you have the courage!) The Town apologizes for any inconvenience; however, the needed improvements are necessary to construct the infrastructure and playground. Thank you for your patience!