Rolling Hills Community Park Project Page

The Seminole County Board of County Commissioners purchased the former Rolling Hills Golf Course in 2018. The property will be converted to a public park with recreational amenities.

This page references the updates being made to the Rolling Hills Park by the Leisure Services Department. For updates on the Roadway Project, click here.

Rolling Hills Phase 1 Map


  • July 2023 —
    • Leisure Services hosted a Community Meeting on Wednesday, July 12 at Lyman High School. Find the presentation & notes in the PDF below under 'Additional Information'.
    • Roadway Design: Engineers and parks designers are finalizing the design plans, which are at 95% completion. The roadway design, which includes crosswalks, traffic-calming features, roundabouts, and stormwater considerations, has ultimately impacted the overall plan for the park. Teams are ensuring that the design details prioritize safety, meet permit requirements, and are cost-efficient before construction begins. Once the park and roadway designs are complete, construction is expected to begin in 2024.
    • Park Maintenance: Seminole County Leisure Services crews and contractors continue to maintain the park. Teams have planted new trees throughout the park to make up for the loss of aging vegetation throughout the property. Crews are also removing dead or aging trees.
    • For more information on the park's design, visit

Rolling Hills Park Tree Donation Fund

Seminole County is planting new trees throughout the Rolling Hills Park property. A healthy, diverse range of tree species provides wildlife habitat, creates shade, and enhances the area’s natural beauty. The new trees also make up for the loss of aging vegetation in the neighborhood and ensure that future generations can enjoy the park.

Each new tree costs about $1000-1500 to install and maintain. Residents may contribute any amouny to the Rolling Hills Park Tree Donation Fund to support additional trees and expedite planting and maintenance.

To contribute, mail a check of any amount to:

Seminole County Leisure Services
1101 E 1st Street
Sanford, FL 32771

A receipt will be provided.

Additional Information

Send Us Your Feedback

We want to hear from you! Complete this form or contact Leisure Services at (407) 665-2001 with questions or concerns about the Rolling Hills Park Project.

If you desire accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please contact the ADA coordinator Maria Ribas by email at, or by phone at 407-665-7941. Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, or family status.