Community members representing Sonoma Soccer, Little League, Lacrosse and the Boys and Girls Club have joined forces with the Sonoma County Regional Parks Foundation to raise funds to improve the much-used and well-loved Maxwell Farms Regional Park.
A revitalized Maxwell Farms park would be a boon to our community and youth sports organizations. With available space being limited, reinvesting in one of the largest communal areas that serves young and old alike makes perfect sense. This project will greatly improve the quality and capabilities of our community sports organizations."
-- Mike Brown, President, Sonoma Little League
The revitalization of Maxwell Farms is good for everyone. Public spaces bring people and communities together, and are in high demand. Not only will all-weather fields allow for sports and activity all year round, but the plan provides better use of the entire park -- whether it's to walk your dog, go for a hike, play at the jungle gym with your grandkids, play pickle ball or tennis -- everyone benefits from this revitalized outdoor space. As one of the founders of Sonoma Youth Lacrosse, I could not be more proud to support this incredibly important project. Our town needs this."
-- Rachel Pedersen, Sonoma Youth Lacrosse
The master plan for Maxwell Farms Regional Park offers much needed year-round fields for kids to get outside and play sports. Sports help keep kids out of trouble and off of screens. It's time the great community of Sonoma Valley has a place for our kids to play multiple sports all year, and the improvements to Maxwell's fields will help everyone. As a parent and coach, I strongly support the upgrades to Maxwell Park."
-- Joe Diggins, President, Sonoma Valley United Soccer