Soledad residents to envision and shape future park
City seeks input through public meetings


Friday, May 31, 2019


The City of Soledad will be hosting 4 public meetings for Soledad residents to help design the City’s newest park. Located near the intersection of Metz Road and Orchard Lane, the proposed park is a blank canvas waiting for community input on favorite recreation ideas.
At the meetings, residents will have an opportunity to voice their favorite recreation features, park layout, safe public use, and beautification ideas.
Residents can also share their ideas with the City of Soledad in writing by Saturday, July 6 at


Wednesday, June 5 at 4:30 pm
Soledad City Hall – 248 Main Street, Soledad, CA 93960

Saturday, June 22 at 9:30 am
Gallardo Park – Corner of Andalucia Street and Metz Road, Soledad, CA 93960

Tuesday, July 2 at 4:00 pm
South County YMCA – 560 Walker Drive, Soledad, CA 93960

Monday, July 17 at 6:30 pm
Soledad City Hall – 248 Main Street, Soledad, CA 93960


Diego Barragan
Cell: 408-838-2484

About the City of Soledad

Widely known as being the Gateway to the Pinnacles, the City of Soledad is located in the center of the Salinas Valley, adjacent to US 101 between
the beautiful Santa Lucia Mountains to the west and the picturesque Gabilan Mountains to the east. Visitors can explore nearby Pinnacles National Park, with its world-class hiking and rock- climbing and views of the majestic California condors. Soledad is also home to a booming agricultural community, with fields of lettuce, broccoli and asparagus, as well as some of the finest wine grapes in the world. Its burgeoning local wine region was named by Wine Enthusiast magazine as one of the top ten best wine travel destinations in the world. For more information, visit