Alyce Gereaux Park
Kimley-Horn partnered with the City of Brawley to reopen one of the oldest parks in Brawley, California.
With a $2,702,500 state grant, the City of Brawley selected Kimley-Horn to provide design services for the 1950s-era Alyce Gereaux Park in Brawley, California. Kimley-Horn provided aquatic design, landscape and irrigation design, grading and drainage design, architecture, public outreach, lighting, electrical, security design, tree preservation services, and utility design and coordination.
The renovated Alyce Gereaux Park now offers visitors a 6,000-square-foot lighted splash pad, updates for two existing basketball courts, an improved multi-purpose sports field, pedestrian pathways, sports and pedestrian lighting, an ADA-accessible playground, a modular restroom and storage building, picnic grove, native interpretive xeriscape desert plant garden, entry signage, and public art.