Save Memorial Park
Reasons To Oppose the Sale
This Is A Land Grab!
San Antonio Regional Hospital has not presented to the public any alternatives to purchasing and building on publicly-owned parkland. For example, the hospital could build a parking structure on its current property or purchase adjacent private land.
The hospital also owns an approximately 10-acre parcel of undeveloped land less than a mile from its main campus that can be used for new medical buildings and remote parking instead. This land consists of the strawberry patch on the northeast corner of Foothill Blvd. and Grove Ave. in Rancho Cucamonga.
Parkland Should Not Be Destroyed to Fund Park Improvements!
This land will NEVER be replaced, and land keeps its value over time while park upgrades do not. Park improvements could be funded in other ways; Upland has over $8 million in Upland’s park acquisition and development funds are available, and more park grants could be pursued.