Many parks and recreation centers are going back to their roots by coming up with creative ideas to bring the community together again. Fun Flicks Outdoor Media has been at the center of this by offering significant discounts to parks and recreation centers when they choose them for their outdoorRead More →

[ad_1] A staff member from Pittsburgh, Pa., Took it upon themselves to collect data on the city’s public trails during the pandemic to improve access to local infrastructure and public planning. Experts are constantly exploring what equity-focused urban planning looks like. For example, a recent California project launched a websiteRead More →

[ad_1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIeocTo05ns Oakland News Now – Mark Kelly says US should extend season length for park service operations and camping – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blogRead More →

[ad_1] In 10 years, thousands of San Francisco parking lots have been transformed into tiny pedestrian parks. Wellington City Council has also proposed to set up “parklets” across the capital. Today, as part of the Dominion Post’s Reimagining Wellington series, Brittany Keogh examines how the parklet trend took off inRead More →

[ad_1] Davis businesses and events have a huge impact in attracting tourism to Yolo County, which is essential for the hundreds of business owners who depend on the extra income provided by out of town customers. “When the pandemic started and we saw everything shut down, we were definitely hit,”Read More →

[ad_1] CARSON – Los Angeles County officials have been working together since October 6 to investigate and address the pungent odor affecting communities in the Dominguez Canal area in the city of Carson. A multi-agency response, including the county’s public works, public health, fire and emergency management departments, as wellRead More →

[ad_1] An Old Pasadena restaurant posted this photo on social media of a man eating in his outdoor dining area just steps from the restaurant’s front door. (By Facebook) Although state health ordinances forced the shutdown of all outdoor food services across California early last month, Pasadena’s policy allows restaurateursRead More →

[ad_1] The city of Manhattan Beach in South Bay has decided to offer a “creative” solution to the current ban on on-site dining in Southern California restaurants. Although the city does not have its own public health department to make localized decisions regarding on-site meals (which, in any event, wouldRead More →