COSTA MESA — The City Council on Tuesday is expected to select a firm that would upgrade and operate the TeWinkle Park Athletic Complex in a partnership that could save the city money and bring in more sports leagues.
The park at 960 Arlington Drive features a baseball field, three softball fields and a concessions building.
Looking to save money on maintenance costs, the city is considering partnering with an outside firm that would handle those responsibilities along with further development of the park.
There are plenty of options for the city to consider. At an August Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, several companies offered their visions for the park, including a bigger concession area that offers alcohol, more adult softball leagues, and in one instance, an entrance fee to the park.