The 1.91-acre neighborhood park serves the Bouldin Creek Neighborhood. Ricky Guerrero Pocket Park is sited by Bouldin Creek on its west boundary and the park is wooded on the northeast corner.
In 2015, the Parks and Recreation Department hired a Landscape Architect consultant, MWN Design Group, to initiate the research and preliminary project design phase that included community involvement to develop a final site plan with named elements. Two public engagement opportunities were held for community feedback and participation.
The proposed enhancements to the neighborhood park will comply with ADA standards and address existing drainage issues which cause erosion problems to the park grounds.