Help Us Clean Up Cooper Gulch

This cleanup is sponsored by the PacOut Green Team in collaboration with Cooper Gulch Common Grounds and Eureka Police Department’s CSET team.
The event will focus on garbage and litter around the baseball fields and disc golf course.


  • Saturday, June 12, 2021 from 8:45Am-10AM at Cooper Gulch (1720 10th St. Eureka) Meet near the skate park.
  • Clean up starts at 9:00 AM
  • Group photo at 9:45AM
  • All details can be found at this link.


  • We will have sanitizer on site for all our volunteers.
  • You must have a mask to participate in our cleanups. Wearing a mask is required at the beginning and end of our cleanups. Masks are optional during the cleanup as long as you can socially distance yourself from other people.
  • We encourage all cleanup volunteers to bring their own gloves, pickers, and buckets. However, we will provide gloves, pickers, and buckets for volunteers that need them.
  • We will be washing ALL gloves and vests after each cleanup and SANITIZING all pickers, buckets, pens, tables, etc. after each cleanup.
  • If any volunteers have had COVID-19 symptoms we ask they do not participate in any PacOut Green Team cleanups for 14 days.

Summer Camps Returning

Summer Day Camps return June 14 through August 6!

They will include Camp Cooper (application & referral base only) and Camp Muni. 

All Covid protocols are in place; temperature checks, masks, distancing. Free lunch will be provided for both camps by Eureka City Schools.

Both camps will operate Monday-Friday 8:00am-5pm and are for youth ages 5-12 years. Camp Muni will be $120/week for Eureka residents and $130/week for non-residents.   

You can register and/or download applications at the Adorni or by calling the Adorni at 707.441.4248.

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Week of the Young Child This Week

Join us for a week of fun as we celebrate The Week of the Young Child

Eureka Community Services has partnered with Humboldt State University recreation administration students to plan an exciting week of activities focused on children and families.

Each day will feature a slate of activities focused on a specific theme, ranging from art to cooking, to outdoor fun. 

Check out the designated activity each day this week.

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Slow Pitch & Co-ed Softball Returning

The City of Eureka’s Community Services Department is excited to announce the return of adult slow pitch softball. 

After being postponed last season due to Covid-19 both the men’s and coed leagues are back with some modifications to ensure the safety of both the participants and staff.

Schedules and deadlines are below:

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Cooper Gulch Input Survey

This is your last chance to share your thoughts.

The City of Eureka is applying for funding to make improvements to Cooper Gulch Park and would like hear your thoughts on improvements of this community space. Your opinions about park improvements are crucial to the park proposal that will be submitted for grant funding.

Please take a few minutes to take our Cooper Gulch Park Improvement Survey to share your thoughts. We want to be sure that everyone is invited to voice their opinion in this FINAL public outreach opportunity.

Can’t take the survey online?

Call the Humboldt County Library at 707-269-1915 (11AM-4PM Tues-Sat) and request a paper survey for curbside pickup.

Stay up to date on this grant opportunity at

Special thanks to our Community Partners:

  • Cooper Gulch Common Grounds
  • Empower Eureka
  • Eureka High School
  • Humboldt Trails Council Humboldt County Library – Eureka Main Branch, Humboldt County Office of Education,
  • Tri-County Independent Living – Eureka
  • Redwood Community Action Agency RCAA
  • Humboldt Trails Council Volunteer Trail Stewards

Cooper Gulch Zoom Meeting Links

Help guide the future of Cooper Gulch Park!

There are two remaining meetings to help guide the future of Cooper Gulch Park – and of course, you’re invited. They’ll be on Zoom. (If you’d like to know more about these meetings in general, you can follow this link.)

Here are the links to the two remaining meetings:

Thursday, Oct 226:15 – 8:15pmTo join this Zoom Meeting use the link below.

>> Enter Meeting ID: 840 9712 3813
>>️ Enter Passcode: 271202

Or use: One tap mobile
+16699006833,,84097123813# US (San Jose)
+14086380968,,84097123813# US (San Jose)

Or: Dial by your location
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
Tuesday, Oct 2710am – noonTo join this Zoom Meeting use the link below.
>> Enter Meeting ID: 872 4949 6860
>>️ Enter Passcode: 508663

Or use: One tap mobile
+14086380968,,87249496860# US (San Jose)
+16699006833,,87249496860# US (San Jose)

Or: Dial by your location
+1 408 638 0968 US (San Jose)
Zoom Meeting Instructions for Cooper Gulch Meetings
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Celebrating Halloween Safely

Community Services is excited to share family-friendly, Halloween-in-Quarantine events, and activities!  While the festivities may look a little different this year, the fun (and candy!) is the same.  Both City events have been approved by the Humboldt County Department of Public Health. 

See the events and important information below:

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Cooper Gulch Park Public Input Meetings

Help guide the future of Cooper Gulch Park!

The City of Eureka is applying for funding to make improvements to Cooper Gulch Park. We would like to gather your input and feedback to identify priorities about the future of this community space.

There are three meeting times; pick which is best for you.

Saturday, Oct 171:30 – 3:30pmMain parking lot at the park (outdoors and socially distant, must wear mask) 
Thursday, Oct 226:15 – 8:15pmZoom meeting (go to website below for link)
Tuesday, Oct 2710am – noonZoom meeting (go to website below for link)


Everyone is welcome. Spanish interpretation will be available.
Habrá interpretación para nuestros participantes hispanohablantes.

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UPDATED: Eureka Reminds Residents of Park and Trail Rules During COVID-19

Updated on 10/1/20 to reflect changes per the State of California. 

The City of Eureka has seen an increase in public gatherings at City parks and trails and would like to clarify permitted uses of public spaces at this time.

Public gatherings of individuals outside of the household remain prohibited in public spaces by both State and Local Health Officer Orders in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 to the maximum extent possible and mitigate the impact on delivery of critical healthcare services.

The City of Eureka recognizes the benefits of the outdoors during this challenging time and would like to assure the community that City parks remain open for exercise and other socially distant activities such as disc golf, singles tennis, trail walking, biking, etc.

(the following strike out text was added on 10/1/20)

City playgrounds remain closed to maintain proper distancing and prevent surface contamination from shared equipment.

Caution tape and signage have been utilized to communicate the closure of this equipment. We ask the community to please not remove or displace this caution tape. The best rule of thumb is to not use any amenity with caution tape, or anything that requires you to touch, grab, or climb, etc. City park basketball courts also remain closed due to the close proximity required of individuals during game play.

Public gatherings of individuals outside of the household in parks and public spaces are not permitted per State and Local Health Officer Orders. Do not hold picnics, barbeques, parties and any other celebration or gathering of people in public spaces.

If you see a significant violation of this health order, particularly large social gatherings in public spaces, please call 707-441-4203 Monday-Friday 8am-5pm, and 707-441-4060 on evenings and weekends.  

Please remember that whenever you are outside of your household and outdoors, you must wear a mask when you cannot keep 6 feet from others.

Be prepared for limited access to public restrooms. Single-use restrooms are open along the waterfront, though multi-stall park restrooms continue to be closed. Residents are urged to bring their own water due to water fountains being closed. Do not use parks or trails if you are exhibiting symptoms. Follow CDC’s guidance on personal hygiene prior to visiting parks or trails. For more information on health guidance, please visit:

Contact: Donna Wood, Interim Community Services Director, 707.268.1858,

Cooper Gulch After School Program Enrollment Now Open

Cooper Gulch after school program enrollment open now.

Fifty percent scholarships are now available for the Cooper Gulch After School Program for qualifying families.  First come, first serve, and for a limited time. (A special thank you goes out to Humboldt Sponsors for allowing us to reallocate unused summer camp scholarship funds.)


  • Location: Cooper Gulch
  • Cost: Average monthly enrollment cost is between $110 – $150. (Varies from month to month based on the number of days of operation and reflect holidays and other closures)
  • Hours: Monday 1:30-5:30 PM, Tuesday-Friday from 2:30 to 5:30pm
  • For Youth ages 5-11

To register, please call 707.441.4248 or visit the Adorni Community Center at 1011 Waterfront Drive.

About the school:

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