Industry professionals and volunteers from the San Marcos area come together to renovate the playing surface and landscape at William Bradley Park.


Location: William Bradley Park, 1587 Linda Vista Dr, San Marcos, CA 92078

Community Impact: The renovation of ball field # 3 at William Bradley Park encompasses a variety of elements that will make the playing surface safer for the nearly 4,000 youngsters who use the field annually and provide a sustainable platform for future generations to enjoy and maintain the facility.

Project Scope: Project EverGreen and corporate sponsor, Hunter Industries and their employees, along with the Southern California Sports Turf Managers Association, City of San Marcos and local landscape and nursery businesses, participated in the renovation project of ball field # 3 that included the following:

Project EverGreen is focused on renovating green spaces that benefit communities across the country.

Grass aeration
Weed control
Add nutrients to improve the turf grass health
Cut field grass edges, install new sod to improve player safety
Field laser level grading
Install infield clay soil mix
Install outfield warning track mix
Outfield top dress sand to fill in hazardous low spots
Field and plant beds irrigation repair, re-alignment
New trees and shrubs
Mulching plant beds
Repair and paint ball field dugouts, benches, fences, and backstop

Completion Date: December 2, 2017

Volunteers from Hunter Industries, Sports Turf Managers Association and local landscape and nursery organizations pitched in to renovate the playing surface at William Bradley Park.

Estimated Project Value: $31,500

Estimated Value of Volunteer Time: $12,700

Project Partners:
Hunter Industries
Southern California Sports Turf Managers Association

Project Contributors:
American Park Specialties
Barkshire Laser Leveling
Briggs Nursery & Tree Co.
Ewing Fertilizers
Gail Materials
Landscape Solutions
Mountain States Wholesale Nursery
Pacific Play Systems, Inc.
P. W. Gillibrand Co., Inc.
West Coast Arborists
West Coast Turf

The fields at William Bradley Park will undergo a much needed face lift from Project EverGreen and its partners.

Built on a landfill in the 1960s the park’s playing surfaces are uneven due to settling of organic matter and are unsafe in some spots for teams to play.

A pre-project assessment of the conditions at William Bradley Park was completed to determine the scope of the renovation.