More parks will be built in the City of Chino in the next five years to fill a deficiency of 25 acres of neighborhood parks.

Projects Manager Carolyn Baltzer told the city council at a workshop May 16 that staff is looking to identify properties for future park development. Councilman Marc Lucio said there’s a lot of land on the south portion of Chaffey College Chino Campus that could be used for sports fields or an indoor gym.

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