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  1. Countrywood Park
    16817 E. Copper Hill Road
    Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
    (626) 333-1369
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    Dedication: November 12, 1982

  2. Hacienda Heights Park
    1234 Valencia Avenue
    Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
    (626) 333-3250
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    Grand Opening: October 25, 2014
    Named after community- Hacienda Heights

  3. Los Robles Park
    14906 E. Los Robles Avenue
    Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
    (626) 333-1369
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    Developed 1958
    Named after the street it is on

  4. Manzanita Park
    1747 S. Kwis Avenue
    Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
    (626) 336-6246
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    Dedication: October 19, 1964
    May 8, 1958 Board of Supervisors meeting consummated purchase of Lot 15, of Kwis Tract (park formerly named Kwis Ave Neighborhood Park).
    October 20, 1959 official Board order changing the name of the park from Kwis Avenue Neighborhood Park to Manzanita Park by a recommendation from the Department of Parks and Recreation.

  5. Pepperbrook Park
    1701 S. Countrywood Avenue
    Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
    (626) 333-1369
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    Dedication: October 26, 1988

  6. Orange Grove Park
    14517 Orange Grove Avenue
    Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
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    Dedication: May 28, 2014
    Named after the street it is on

  7. Schabarum Regional Park
    17250 E. Colima Road
    Rowland Heights, CA 91748
    (626) 854-5560
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    Otterbein officially opened July 12, 1980
    Peter F. Schabarum after the former Supervisor, former name Otterbein Regional State

  8. Steinmetz Park
    1545 S. Stimson Avenue
    Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
    (626) 855-5383
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    Dedication: December 14, 1970
    Name changed to Stimson Avenue Park as a recommendation by the Department of Parks and Recreation. On October 6, 1992 the park name was changed to William Steinmetz County Park. The renaming ceremony was held Wednesday, March 3, 1993. William Steinmetz (May 10, 1914, in Liberal, Kansas - August 8, 1990) was a very active member of the community, with his wife Elva Steinmetz. Mr. Steinmentz also donated the land that is now the parks tennis courts.

  9. Thomas Burton Park
    16490 E. Santa Bianca Drive
    Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
    (626) 333-1369
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    Dedicated: July 23, 1983
    January 2, 1990, The Board of Supervisors renamed Salto County Park as Thomas S. Burton Park in recognition of his outstanding public service to the people of Los Angeles County. Burton was a Deputy to Supervisor Schabarum.
    January 19, 1990 park renaming ceremony.

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