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Writes Tessa McLean: "I don’t usually like to hike alone. I don’t have the best sense of direction, and I’m a small woman who would probably lose in a fight with a neighborhood raccoon. I’d much prefer the company...

source: SFGate

Solari Park, an 8.3 acre neighborhood park located behind the Seven Trees Community Center in District 7, opens the newest community playground in San José. Replacing the original swing and shade structure that was installed in...

source: City of San Jose

One of the few bright spots of the pandemic was a renewed appreciation of the importance of outdoor public space for social interaction. In many cities around the world, popular streets were closed to vehicular traffic to create room for recreation and dining. Alternatively...

source: Bloomberg CityLab

New technology, earning its share of praise, was on display in South Pasadena as team members from Graze Mowers, an independent company out of Santa Monica, showcased a pair of large 60-inch wide battery-operated lawnmowers to an...

source: South Pasadenan

The Outdoor Equity Grants Program (OEP) will increase the ability of residents in low income urban and rural communities to participate in outdoor experiences at state parks and other public lands. OEP grants will improve the health and wellness of Californians by connecting...

source: CPRS

 The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is pleased to release the Fiscal Year (FY) Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant Application Guide and call-for-applications. A total of $34 million is available for transportation planning projects statewide. It...

source: CPRS


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