(Updated April 15, 2022)


1 West Campbell Avenue, Campbell, CA 95008


The project involves removing the existing surface of the 1/4 mile track, and installing a new synthetic surface and new striping. This will improve force reduction for better shock absorption and easing impact to bones and joints in addition to providing leveled transitions for accessibility. 

The Community Track Resurfacing Project is complete, and the track is open to the public as of April 11, 2022.


In October 2020, the Department of Public Works applied for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to repair and resurface the track located at the Campbell Community Center. On October 6, 2020, the City Council approved the acceptance of CDBG funds in the amount of $67,000 from the Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing (SCCOSH) and the allocation of $223,000 from the Parkland Dedication Fund to fund the total project cost of $290,000.

After City Council approved the recommendations for the Campbell Community Center Track Resurfacing Project 21-PP, SCCOSH notified  the Department of Public Works that additional grant funds would be available for the Project in FY 2021. In January 2021, the City reapplied for the additional CDBG funds and was approved for funding in May 2021 in the revised amount of $365,000. The additional funds will allow the Project to address and repair sections of failed sub-base and the surrounding curb as well as account for the increased costs related to labor and supply chain impacts, while substantially reducing the City’s financial contribution to the Project.

In February 2022, the City Council approved acceptance of the funds, and authorized the advertisement of bids and award of contract.