Morse Park Recreation Center Planning

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A new recreation center is planned at Morse Community Park, 5540 Bellaterra Drive in the East Franklin community. The park was built in 2008 with a three-acre site reserved for the building.

In November 2020, the Cosumnes CSD Board approved the Morse Park Recreation Center Business and Operations Plan, a funding plan, and authorized staff to seek an architect to design the facility. 

In April 2021, Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture (BRS) was selected as the architect after a competitive RFP process involving 11 architects.

The recreation center opening date is estimated for early 2024, after 16 months of design and 17 months of construction.

Morse Park Recreation Center Design

The preliminary design concept includes a two-story, 34,500 square foot building emphasizing health and wellness amenities, based on input from 1,100 residents. 

BRS will design a sustainable facility which addresses the District’s Climate Action Plan/Sustainability Action Plan. The design will meet the State of California CalGreen Building Code which emphasizes reduction of Green House Gases.

A future community meeting is envisioned for community members to comment on the proposed design. Sign up below to learn more.


Stay Connected

  • Email List - Join the Morse Park Recreation Center email list. This is the best way to stay engaged and informed throughout the process.
  • Social Media - Stay informed on the latest news regarding the Morse Community Park Recreation Center by following our social media sites.
  • Directly contact the Deputy Project Manager Fred Bremerman, via email or phone (916-405-5300) for any additional information.

Frequently Asked Questions

To help answer questions that commonly are asked, the Cosumnes CSD has compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions.