The Pleasanton City Council starts out its February meetings tonight with a full agenda that includes consideration of a $16-million project to add more sports fields and an oak woodland area in Bernal Community Park.
The lighted, all-weather, multi-purpose sports fields and the Oak Woodland project are part of a specific plan adopted in 2006 which designated 168 acres of the Bernal property for commercial development and kept 318 acres of city-owned land for community purposes, including the baseball fields now on the Bernal site.
The Oak Woodland and additional sports fields, with work scheduled to begin this spring if the council approves tonight's proposals, will continue the development of the park site.
Also on tonight's council agenda are a report on a recent "Citizen Satisfaction Survey" and a review of the performance evaluation metrics program.
The meeting will start at 7 p.m. in the City Council chambers in the Pleasanton Civic Center, 200 Old Bernal Ave.