- Parks and Recreation
- Park Maintenance
The City of Cloverdale has 2 full-time and 1 part-time Park staff charged with maintaining over 500 acres (and growing) of neighborhood and community parks, Landscape and Lighting Assessment Districts, and open spaces and trails.
Typical Park Staff duties include daily and seasonal maintenance and inspection of grounds and facilities at each park location, daily irrigation monitoring/repairs, Arborist requests, vegetation management requests, trail rehabilitation, weekly mowing, weekly/monthly regulatory reports, vendor and supply oversight as well as planning and development.
Get to know our Park Staff
Parks Superintendant and City ArboristHector Galvan has been a Cloverdale local for over 30 years. As the Parks Superintendent and City Arborist, he brings with him a lifetime of experience with landscape and open space, water management and facilities maintenance, as well as many licenses and certifications including:
Parks and Maintenance Assistant
Miguel Sanchez is a lifelong Cloverdale resident working as the Parks Assistant for the City of Cloverdale. Being able to work and better his hometown has always been his goal. Miguel brings dependability and professionalism and is always up to the challenge of new projects or maintenance needs with his main priority being keeping the Parks as a place to relax and enjoy this wonderful town. Now, with that goal in mind the Parks Department is moving forward with a Parks and Recreation vision to build up what Cloverdale has to offer.