Let your young ones explore the environment outside their front door!
Eureka Community Services is offering a week-long camp for children to explore the environment right outside their front door! Young adventurers will hike trails, learn about wildlife, and experiment with science focused activities relating to local eco-systems.
This update adds three drop in participation options for those unable to make the other event (see below in red).
The City of Eureka is excited to announce its application for the Prop 68: Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program. This funding opportunity helps fund park projects in critically underserved communities. The city is working hard to improve all city parks with the focus of this grant application being to revitalize 20/30 Park, located at 2605 Pine St.
The City of Eureka would like to you to be part of the
process, you are invited to join us for two planned community meetings this
Lincoln School Cafeteria – 216 W. Harris St., Eureka April 30th 6pm-8pm
Just Added! If you are unable to make the April 30th date, join us for three drop-in participation options this month:
April 13th 9am-12am • 20/30 Park – 2605 Pine St, Eureka
April 20th 11am-1pm • “Easter Egg Hunt” Carson Park – Between H and I St, Eureka
April 21st 12pm-4pm • “Party for the Planet” Sequoia Park Zoo – 3414 W St, Eureka, Main Lawn
We are looking to create an interactive, creative, fun, family-oriented experience to Explore Eureka and to showcase the beauty of our 13 city parks and our new Eureka waterfront trail.
To be honest, we’re not sure what it would be like yet but the intent is to get local folks – as well as tourists – to get out on the trail and into our parks, be active, showcase so much of what Eureka has to offer – all while having a good time.
All we know for sure right now is that it will have a social media component and a brochure or map to go with it. Some of our potential ideas include:
We need your help!
If you would like to be in on the very early stages of this exciting project and then to help steer it in the future, we’re looking for volunteers to attend a community meeting at the Adorni Center Conference Room on Wednesday April 10 at 5:30PM.
Tri-County Independent Living is partnering with the City of Eureka, Community Services Department to put on “Roll~N~Stroll” to raise money for the Sequoia Park Project and for new projects and programs at Tri-County Independent Living. This event will take place Saturday, September 29, 2018.
There’s still time to share your thoughts on the future of our beloved Sequoia Park!
If you were unable to attend previous public meetings on the Sequoia Park Improvement Project, please visit the City of Eureka website to find the Sequoia Park Survey and weigh in with your thoughts before the conceptual plans are finalized!