Ricky Guerrero Neighborhood Park

Park Description

Survey data collected from Brodie St. entrance.

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Accessible Amenities*

  • Accessible Parking
  • Accessible Restrooms
  • Accessible Drinking Fountain
  • Accessible Playground
  • Accessible Trails

Park Amenities*

  • Playground
  • Trails
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Restrooms
  • Picnic Area

Detailed Access Information

Park Entrance Fee

Park is free

Accessible Drinking Fountain

There is one accessible drinking fountain no higher than 36 inches from the ground

Accessible Picnic Area

Paved 36-inch wide pathway to the picnic area, Picnic area is level, Picnic area is partially shaded, There is a barbecue grill that can be accessed by wheelchair

Accessible Restrooms

There is an accessible portable toilet, Door handles are no higher than 48 inches, Faucets, dispensers, and trash receptacle can be reached from a wheelchair, Bottom edge of the mirror is no higher than 40 inches from the floor, One stall is at least 60 inches by 60 inches, There are grab bars behind and to the side of the accessible toilet, The toilet paper dispenser is reachable/usable

Accessible Playground

Paved 36-inch wide pathway to the playground, There is a fence enclosing the playground, Playground area is partially shaded. All mulch inside fence.

Accessible Trails

Clearly marked accessible entrance to trails, At least one trail is paved, Trail is at least 36 inches wide, Trail is step-free, There is a curb cut from the parking lot to the trail, Hanging objects and tree branches are at least 80 inches above the ground, There are benches along the trail, Benches are connected to the trail by paved surface, Trail slope appears ADA compliant (trail rises 1 inch per 12 inches), but exact slope is unknown, There is an out-and-back trail, Trail is partially shaded

Is there something unique to this playground?

“Batadillo” sculpture (combining characteristics of a bat, armadillo, and monarch butterfly).

Large splash pad with whimsical water features, like a fire hydrant and palm tree. Splash pad is wheelchair accessible but only open during summer.


There is no pool

Any other park amenities?


Other Park Services

There is a bus stop within a quarter mile of the park

Accessible Parking

At least one van-accessible parking space (96-inch wide with an extra 60-inch wide space for a ramp), Curb cut from the parking lot to trails, Accessible spaces marked with ADA signage

What does this park do well in terms of accessibility?

Concrete, easy to follow paths. Accessible splash pad.

*Data may be incomplete

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