The final virtual community meeting for a proposed new park at the College Park site in Lompoc will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14 via Zoom.

Lompoc is applying for grant funding for the project through state Proposition 68, the Parks and Water Bond Act of 2018, to design and construct a new community and skate park at College Park, and is gathering ideas from the public on the project to ensure it best meets the needs of those using the park.

To join the Zoom meeting and for dial-in information, visit the College Park Prop. 68 Construction Project. The city has been holding a series of five community meetings on the project, four over Zoom, and a safely in-person meeting at College Park.

As another means of gathering public comments, a College Park Project Community Survey is available to the community.

In addition to College Park, Lompoc is seeking Prop. 68 funding for park redesign projects at Pioneer and Johns-Manville parks. Community meetings were held in 2019 for those proposals.

Construction on a new playground and fitness area at Beattie Park funded by Prop. 68 is expected to be complete in February.