Pleasanton's Alviso Adobe Community Park is a unique site that tells the story of California from its earliest human history. This fully restored interpretative park reveals the history of the Amador Valley, offering a rare glimpse of times past - from its Native American beginnings to the days of Spanish Ranchos managing herds of cattle on the original 12,000 acre Rancho Santa Rita, through a period in the early to mid-20th century when it was a popular dairy and finally its present as a community park.
Approved in July 2015, the Alviso Adobe Strategic Plan provides a roadmap for future decision making at the park.
Facilities open Thursday-Saturday: 12 P.M. - 3 P.M.
Park grounds are open to the public daily from dawn to dusk.
John Elison, Library and Recreation Coordinator
Tomás Flores, Library and Recreation Coordinator, Naturalist
The City of Pleasanton Library and Recreation Department invites people with and without disabilities to enjoy our sites, facilities, and programs. For more information, please contact