McClellan Park News

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On January 7, 2013, Governor Edmund G Brown Jr. approved the transfer of 528 acres of land at the former McClellan Air Force Base near Sacramento, California to McClellan Business Park. The transfer includes a variety of industrial facilities, office buildings, and vacant land and will include privatized remediation of environmental damage
Motion Textile, Inc, a full service contract apparel printer, has committed to a long term 48,447 square foot lease at McClellan Park. With its former headquarters located in West Sacramento, Motion Textile, Inc will relocate its textile embellishing and distribution facility along with 30 employees to McClellan Park. Motion Textile, Inc anticipates moving into the 48,447 square foot warehouse space in Dec 2012.
PRESS RELEASE: May 30, 2012 SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Sacramento, CA – Supervisor Phil Serna will be on hand for the ceremony that marks the commencement of construction of the 265,282 square foot Consolidated Operations and Museum Collection Center for the California Department of Parks and Recreation. He will be joined by the California State Parks Director Ruth Coleman, Museum Curator Ross McGuire, McClellan Park President Larry Kelley and representatives from state, county, and local agencies, at a special event on May 30, at 10:00 a.m., at the site itself (see map, attached).
PRESS RELEASE: September 27, 2011 SAN FRANCISCO -- On Friday, September 30th Congresswoman Doris Matsui will be joined by senior officials from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Air Force, McClellan Business Park and other state, local and private sector officials to announce details of the nation’s first ever completed privatized Superfund cleanup. The federal government will also be announcing an exciting new agreement between the Air Force and EPA to conduct greener cleanups at military installations throughout the Pacific Southwest.
The Camellia Lanes Bowling Alley at McClellan is being revamped and will soon be the new home of two Gateway Community Charters schools, offering innovative educational programs in the charter school construct, to meet the needs of our local communities. The six-lane bowling alley was created inside a single-story WWII utility building, then was expanded in 1970, and refurbished in 1983, to where it became a 20-lane facility with a bar and grill, and computerized scoring.