Primrose Park Now Open
Primrose Park is Temple City's first new park in over 60 years. The neighborhood park offers a variety of amenities for all ages. The parking lot features 4 EV vehicle charging stations (ChargePoint) and is open for both park and local downtown business use. All park areas are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Hours of Operation: Monday through Sunday from 7:00am - 8:00pm
Address: 5928 Primrose Ave., Temple City, CA 91780
The Primrose Park project will provide a half-acre of green space on the 5900 block of Primrose Avenue, just north of Las Tunas Drive. The space joins the city’s existing Temple City and Live Oak parks, both designed and built by Los Angeles County prior to Temple City’s incorporation in 1960. The park project is funded through the State's Prop 68 grant for $2.9 million dollars.
|Playground||Open lawn area|
|Picnic shelters||EV charging stations|
|Walking path||Stormwater catching system|
|Exercise equipment||64 parking spaces|
View the final master plan.
- Groundbreaking - April 2021
- Grand Opening - April 23, 2022
If you have any questions regarding this project, call (888) 588-0504 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.