Park Facilities

Alhambra Park

Alhambra Park

500 N. Palm Ave., Alhambra, CA 91801
Alhambra Park Webpage
Burke Heritage Park

Burke Heritage Park and xeriscape garden is located adjacent to the Alhambra Historical Society Museum.

1550 West Alhambra Road, Alhambra, CA 91801
Story Park

Story Park offers an open grass area, picnic tables, playground equipment, BBQs, ball field & restrooms. It is also home to the Joslyn Adult Recreation Center at the south end of the park. The Center includes meeting rooms, restrooms and outdoor tennis courts.

210 N. Chapel Ave., Alhambra
Emery Park

Emery Park includes an open grass area, picnic tables, playground equipment, barbecues, restrooms, activity room and kitchen facility.

2709 Mimosa St., Alhambra 91803
Almansor Park

Almansor Park offers an open grass area, picnic tables with covered shelters, playground equipment, barbecues and more!

800 S. Almansor Ave., Alhambra
Granada Park

Granada Park offers an open grass area, picnic tables with covered shelters, playground equipment,barbecues, rest rooms, ball fields, tennis courts, meeting room, kitchen facility, and a heated swimming pool.

2000 W. Helman Ave., Alhambra, CA 91803

Park Facilities

ALL PARKS IN THER CITY OF ALHAMBRA ARE "DOG-FREE" AND "SMOKE-FREE"

Per Alhambra City Ordinance

All parks and public grounds in the City of Alhambra are DOG-FREE and SMOKE-FREE, per related Alhambra city ordinances. Smoking (all pipes, cigars, cigarettes and E-cigarettes) is not allowed in any park or public grounds in the City of Alhambra. Alhambra community parks include Alhambra Park, Almansor Park, Granada Park, Story Park, Emery Park and Burke Heritage Park. 

The park definition in the Alhambra Municipal Code, is actually much more expansive. A park is defined as “Those public grounds, squares, triangles, parkways, roads, boulevards, streets, parking lots, statues, monuments, fountains, buildings or places of any kind which are under the jurisdiction or care of the Department of Community Services,” including the Farmers Market, but with the express exception of the Alhambra Golf Course. 

Public Grounds are defined as “Any property owned, managed or controlled by the city which is open to the public."