Prop 68 – Improving One California Community at a Time

What is Prop 68? The Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program (Prop 68) is a competitive grant program that creates new parks and recreation opportunities in underserved communities across the state of California. Each of these parks and playgrounds will positively impact families, children, and adults alike by providing increased access to recreation. O’Dell […]

Stanislaus County West Modesto Sewer Infrastructure Project Featured in the Modesto Bee

The Modesto Bee recently featured an article on the Stanislaus County West Modesto Infrastructure Project. The goal of this project is to design and install sanitary sewer mains to provide wastewater service to individual homes in three neighborhoods in West Modesto (shown in graphic below). It is estimated that the project will include the installation of […]

Stanislaus County Parks Master Plan

O’Dell Engineering, a Westwood company is currently providing professional services for the Stanislaus County Parks Master Plan. The updated Master Plan will address important issues such as current parks and recreation trends, current funding and grant opportunities, new development trends and locations, current partnership and joint use agreement trends, modern best practices and design standards, […]

Airport Neighborhood Urban Greening Master Plan

O’Dell Engineering, Westwood company partnered with Stanislaus County to create an energy consumption reduction plan that would provide recommendations on methods to conserve water, improve air and water quality, improve public and community health, and enhance and create community green areas in the Airport Neighborhood. The Master Plan identifies and prioritizes urban greening projects including […]

Stanislaus County Road Tax Not Well-Supported in Polls

On Monday, March 3rd, 2014 the Modesto Bee Newspaper reported that a road tax proposed by the Stanislaus County Council of Governments received lukewarm support. According to the article, the poll was conducted by Pathways and was sent to potential voters by mail. The poll indicated 53% of voters would currently support the sales tax […]

Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors Consider 25 Year Transportation Tax

On Wednesday, February 26, 2014 the Modesto Bee Newspaper reported that the Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors was listening to concerns by opponents of a proposed ½ % sales tax to fund transportation projects within the County over the next 25 years. According to the article, most of the tax would be used as a […]