Park Reservation Fees
Hammon Park is located on Hammom Drive off of 2nd Street in Thermalito
In 1977 negotiations started with Oroville Union High School
District to purchase four acres of property east of Prospect
High School. The four acres were purchased and one additional
acre is leased.
Access to the parcel way by ten feet (10') right-of-way, which
was know on paper as Siskiyou Avenue. We obtained additional
right-of-way for curb, gutter, and sidewalks, and utilities and
Hammon Park was developed.
Development went on as funds became available from California
State Parks Bond Acts, Residential Development Fees, and the
City's General Fund. City Staff accomplished the majority of
the design and development.
Hammon Park was dedicated on Friday, October 7, 1988.