August 4th 2021
Bomberos Field Park Grand Opening
The ribbon is cut and Orange County's newest field park is open!
The Orange County Parks and Recreation Division is closing in on a milestone. Bomberos Field Park had a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, August 4th with Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings and District 4 Commissioner Maribel Gomez Cordero.
The $6.1 million project, located next to Orange County Fire Station 77 on Moss Park Road in Orlando, brings Parks to its long-range goal of creating 14 new multi-purpose fields, which was set in place in 2014.
The Park features three lighted, regulation-sized multi-purpose fields equipped for flag football, lacrosse, soccer, and other field sports.
The Park also features a concession stand, restroom facilities, playground, and walking path.
The playground is equipped with inclusive elements and wheelchair accessibility.
The project included parking, site work, a bathroom and storage facility, and fencing.
The concession and bathroom building displays the beautiful "Natural Florida" Mural by local artist, Cherie Bosela. Take a look at her process here!
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