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Future Soda Springs Community Center Park

The City had received an Oregon Parks and Recreation

Grant in the amount of $225,000 to improve the Soda

Springs Community Center Park.

There is now a children’s play area, a restroom with

running water and electricity, a paved parking area,

a patio for barbequing, benches, and horseshoe pits. 

The existing Multi Use Sport Court was funded by a grant

from the Ford Family Foundation, numerous donations and

a great group of volunteers!

The Landscaping will continue. For the most part the Park is complete. Thank you to all of the Volunteers that contributed a lot of time and effort into making this a great place for the children to play and the community to socialize! A Dedication will be scheduled soon. Until then,




The Citizen’s Planning Committee needs more

members. Also, you can email City Hall with any

suggestions or ideas at Sodaville@cityofsodaville.org


The Citizen Planning Committee was created as an Advisory Committee to the

City Council. It is comprised of citizens and 2 City Council members. Currently

the Committee is working on the property located at the corner of Sodaville Road

and Main Street. It has been designated as a new Park per the Committee's

recommendation and with City Council approval. The Citizen Committee is

charged with deciding the park's overall design and uses. The name of the new

park is now :

​Soda Springs Community Center Park

Future projects will include what to do with the Old Shell/Store building located

on the property and how to accomplish that. 

If you are interested in joining this Committee or have any questions or

suggestions on a project, please contact City Hall 

Park Clean Up

The City Council and


would like to express their

appreciation and a big

thank you to those that

participated at the

Mineral Springs Park

Clean Up Day!

Linda Baker, Mike Baker &

their very helpful daughters, 

Mayor Suzie, and her husband Gilbert Hibbert,

Councilor Jeff Hensley and Public Works

Director Stan Smith.