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On June 4th, 1996 an Agreement was entered into by the Santa Margarita Water District “District” and the County of Orange “County” regarding 15+ acres that was irrevocably offered by Coto de Caza, Ltd. “CdC, Ltd.” (a.k.a., Lennar Coto Holdings) for the construction of a community park “Park.” The District had the authority to acquire property “for the best interests of the District” and accepted ownership via a Grant Deed from CdC, Ltd. As part of the Agreement, the District was also granted the rights to construct an underground water storage reservoir, if suitable. In return, the District accepted responsibility for park construction and once complete, for park maintenance and improvements.
Due to fees collected by the County for the purpose of providing community recreational facilities, the County contributed $1,250,000.00 for the initial park design & construction. The only major proviso was that park construction must be completed by December 31st, 1997.
In addition to passing ownership of the Park to the District, CdC, Ltd. offered $500,000.00 as an endowment for future park maintenance and improvements. It is interesting to note that almost 10 years later, over 80% of that endowment is still available. Also part of the Agreement was the provision for the District to lease (for one dollar per year) the Park to the Consolidated Youth Sports Council “CYSC” which would function as the Management Board and lead organization for Park operation and maintenance. A few months earlier on February 22nd, 1996, CYSC had been incorporated as a California Nonprofit Corporation in preparation for this role.
Since the initial construction was completed ahead of schedule and all aspects of the Agreement were satisfied, the Wagon Wheel Sports Park (as most locals now call it) was open for business. Three member organizations still make up CYSC: Trabuco Canyon Little League “TCLL,” AYSO Soccer Region 630 “AYSO,” and Rancho Trabuco Girls Softball Association “RTGSA,” successor to RSM Bobby Sox Softball. Beginning almost immediately, and continuing to the present, each member organization has made significant expenditures to maintain and improve their respective facilities. By all accounts, the Wagon Wheel Sports Park is now viewed as one of the premier sports venues in all of Orange County.
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Mailing Address: 31441 Santa Margarita Pkwy Suite A-180 RSM, CA 92688
Sports Park Location Address: Oso Pkwy, Coto De Caza, CA 92679
Wagon Wheel Sports Park Regulations No Dumping Allowed – The Wagon Wheel Sports Park is not a public dumpsite. The waste containers are for Park patrons only and are not to be used by contractors or local residents as a means of avoiding the costs associated with using county landfills. Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. No Overnight Parking – Vehicles left overnight are subject to being towed, per C.V.C. 22658 (a). Towed vehicles can be reclaimed by calling 800-339-8698 No Dogs Allowed – For the health and safety of all, no dogs are allowed at the Park at any time. Violators may be fined per California’s Public Health & Safety Code. Skateboard Prohibited – Skateboards, including Razors and Go-Peds are not allowed in any part of the Park complex, including the parking lot. Violators will have their toys confiscated, and their parents notified. Field Use Requires Written Permission – The Baseball, Soccer and Softball fields are managed and maintained by the Trabuco Canyon Little League (TCLL), American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO630), and the Rancho Trabuco Girls Softball Association (RTGSA), respectively.
Use of the fields requires written permission from the individual league and CYSC.