From parking spots to “parklets” – an urban idea could start popping up here in Sacramento. And the idea is to sprinkle little patches of green across town.
While congressional leaders have been summoned to the White House on the second day of a partial government shutdown, a group of Stockton students on a trip to see the nation’s monuments has been left locked outside.
The federal government shutdown furloughed as many as 800,000 of the nation’s 2.1 million federal workers as it hit early Tuesday after a bitterly divided Congress failed to approve a temporary spending bill to keep the government running.
A group of California business, education and nonprofit leaders — including Monterey Bay Aquarium founding director Julie Packard — have agreed to help revamp the state parks system in an effort to restore confidence and financial stability to an institution rocked by scandal.
The south Sacramento project was more than a decade in the making, and it finally received a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday.
A grassroots effort in Marysville has volunteers stepping forward to clean up the city; and what started as just a few concerned citizens is now growing.
Over the years, California has added more parks to its state system than it can afford and should consider turning over control to local entities of the one-third that lack statewide significance, says a new analysis of problems that led to the threatened closure of 70 of the sites.
City officials in Lodi say vandals have caused $50,000 in damage to parks in just six months, and that’s causing some difficult decisions on what will be fixed.
Sacramento’s perfect picnic places across the city will turn any lunchtime liaison into a picnickers paradise with activities for every outdoor enthusiast. From sports fields to rose gardens and playgrounds to bark parks, there is a little bit of everything in the five best places to bring a basket in Sacramento.
A bill making it easier for 70 California state parks threatened with closures to enter into operating agreements with nonprofits easily cleared the Senate on Wednesday.
A convicted child molester is living blocks away from a public park and he’s suing his city so he can stay there.
Tilden Regional Park, located about 70 miles west of Sacramento, offers a variety of recreational
activities for all ages. The Nature Area alone consists of nearly 750 acres of forest and woodlands.