Brommer Street County Park

1451 30th Avenue, Live Oak



  • Playground
  • Public Art
  • Half Basketball Court
  • Pickleball Courts (4)
  • Tennis Courts (2)
  • Baseball/Softball Field
  • Picnic Areas
  • BBQs
  • Reservable Picnic Areas
  • Lawn Area

Pickleball and tennis court reservations as well as the live court schedule for Brommer Street County Park at the following links:

Park Hours

Sunrise to sunset



Parking (ADA)

Parking lot with 38 spaces including ADA spaces.

Picnic Area Reservations

Brommer Street Park in the Live Oak neighborhood has a covered pavilion picnic area available for reservation. The picnic area has a barbecue grill and nearby permanent restrooms. The picnic area is located near a lawn area, playground, and basketball/tennis/pickle ball courts. This picnic location is easy to access and centrally located!

Athletic Field & Sport Court Reservations

Brommer Street Park in the Live Oak neighborhood has one baseball/softball field for reservation. The field is close to a playground, pickleball courts, picnic tables, permanent restrooms, and abundant lawn area. This field’s location is easy to access and centrally located!

Outdoor Class Permits

Whether it’s fitness, tai chi, plein air painting or any other low impact outdoor recreational activity, County Parks offers various park sites for you to teach your outdoor classes.

Special Events

Various neighborhood parks are available for special events. If you have a specific park in mind, please contact us.

Public Art

The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors established a Percent for Art Program applicable to County construction projects. As a result of the Board's decision, up to 2% of the construction costs for new buildings and parks can be allocated to place public artwork at the site.

Tile Wall - Del Mar Middle School Students worked with artist Ruth Richards (1991).
Water fountain by Justine Tatarsky & David Cohen (1991).


We are working on gathering information about accessibility at all County parks and facilities.
Check back here soon for more information.

To learn about County Parks' commitment to accessibility and inclusion and find accessible County parks and facilities,
see our Accessibility & Inclusion page here.