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The city of San José’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services (PRNS) is now accepting applications for the Safe Summer Initiative Grant (SSIG) for summer 2021. The SSIG program aims to provide and enhance recreational or educational opportunities...

source: City of San Jose

A riverfront Sacramento park could be getting bigger, after the Sacramento City Council began the process to purchase new land near the American River Parkway.

source: Sacramento Buisiness Journal

After seeing a spike in visits to Foothills Park, the Palo Alto City Council moved to sharply curtail the number of people who can enter the scenic preserve. Responding to reports of heavy traffic and environmental damage over the past...

source: Palo Alto Online

The Vacaville Planning Commission will receive an update on the improvement plan for the Brown-Markham area at Tuesday’s meeting. The Brown-Markham Neighborhood Public Recreation Improvements Plan was approved by the City...

source: The Reporter

On a recent morning a pint-sized adventurer reached hand-over-hand up a rope as he climbed a hill in Lake Forest. Around him, several children explored other features of the city’s newest renovated playground. The overhaul to Cherry Park was recently completed and...

source: The Orange County Register

Online courses now available! This 'blended learning' environment will include 12 hours of pre-recorded learning modules, a 4-hour virtual training course with a live instructor, and a computer-based exam offered either at a professional testing site or online* from your...



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