Land Development :: Parks, Trails, and Open Space
Mountain View Champions Park
This park is primarily a community sports complex that includes a large double synthetic turf field, able to accommodate high school soccer, football, lacrosse, and baseball/softball practice. In addition, a second smaller synthetic turf field, dubbed the “Champions Too Field,” serves athletes and children with physical or developmental disabilities. Planned programs for this field include baseball/softball, adaptive soccer, and many other activities. The park also provides a new baseball/softball field for Aloha High School, four new tennis courts, a half-court basketball area, a new inclusive playground space, walking pathways, and community gardens. The park includes restroom and concessions buildings, plaza spaces for events, improved passive use areas with trails and inclusive interpretive elements, enhanced stormwater quality areas, two new picnic shelters, and an additional parking area off of SW 170th Avenue. There are no stairs, or even single steps, in the park.
DEA led the process to develop the alternatives and concepts and received public input. We also provided civil and structural engineering, environmental planning, architectural, landscape architecture, and survey services.
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- 2018 Oregon Recreation and Parks Association Design Award
- 2018 Oregon DJC’s Third Place Top Project Award – Parks and Public Spaces category