photo courtesy of Pardee Homes

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, along with Pardee Homes Division President Jimmy Ayala and other community leaders, recently welcomed local residents to the new Pacific Highlands Ranch Community Park, the 23rd park to open as part of Mayor Faulconer’s pledge to build or improve 50 parks in five years. The multi-purpose park features a five-acre turf field, two dog parks, a children’s playground and discovery play area, skate plaza, the city’s first free public parkour area, bike pump track, a 17,000-square-foot recreation center, and a central promenade that connects the park to the Pacific Highlands Ranch Village Center.


“The opening of this long-awaited community park marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter in Pacific Highlands Ranch,” said Jimmy Ayala. “We are pleased to be a part of this collaborative process and to provide this new, multi-functional amenity and gathering space for all the community to enjoy.”