The Friends of California Citrus Park extend our heartfelt thanks to Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes and Senator Richard Roth for securing $30 million dollars in the 2022 State Budget for Capital Improvements at the Citrus Park!!
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Capital Improvements at the Park
Funding the “California Dream”
The California Citrus State Historic Park opened in 1993 with a vision of being a living outdoor historical museum that tells the far-reaching story of the citrus industry – the people, business, economic, and cultural impacts that transformed California in its early years and continues to play an important role in agriculture as well as other industries locally, nationally and globally.
To properly showcase the extensive citrus history, the General Plan for the Park envisioned having several facilities, including a workers’ camp bunkhouse, a packing house, the Western Engine pump facility, residences of the period and a bridge and pathway to help connect all these features.
More information about these facilities and the citrus history that visitors would learn can be found here.
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