The first park built in the East Village neighborhood is located On Island Avenue between 14th and 15th streets.
One of the special features of this 1.3-acre park is the “Fault Whisper,” two large 7-foot mirror-finished stainless steel spheres located on each side of the walkway that monitor the Rose Canyon Fault system.
PARK at the park
Park at the Park is a grassy area of approximately 2.7 acres. It contains a mini little league infield diamond, trees, a statue of Tony Gwynn, and lots of area to sprawl out to picnic and play. Bring a blanket!
When games are not going on, the Park at the Park is free and open to the public and enjoyed as a local neighborhood park in downtown San Diego. Pets are welcome when there are no games as long as they are on a leash.
east village green
East Village Green will encompass the four acres that take up one entire downtown block (or the west block) and the adjacent double block (or the east block) between 13th, F, 15th and G streets.
The current plans include a children's playground, event lawn, dog park, and community center.
The CIty of San Diego plans to begin soliciting bids in early 2020.