Corona’s Griffin Park reopens after renovation – Press-Enterprise


Corona residents have another outdoor place to enjoy — Griffin Park is renovated and open again.

The city hosted a reopening celebration Saturday, Aug. 28, that included refreshments for people and their dogs.

Griffin Park, built in the early 1990s, is near Corona Hills Plaza, off McKinley Street. Space and a tot lot was added in 2000, city spokesperson Cindy Solis said, but the park closed amid budget cutbacks in 2008. Since then, she said, neighbors have asked for it to reopen.



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