A community group has partnered with the City of Eureka to re-envision the Cooper Gulch Park near downtown Eureka.
The group, Cooper Gulch Common Grounds, is asking for your help in this process by participating in a survey later this month. This wide-ranging survey will help guide the group and the City as they work together to make this public space more inviting to a broad spectrum of the community. Please participate in this survey and have your voice heard!
The survey will also help to plan a full-day event on October 1st, 2016 at Cooper Gulch.
Continue reading Survey Forthcoming from Cooper Gulch Common Grounds
This free community workshop will feature an attorney from Legal Services of Northern California
The event will be Wednesday, August 17, from 11AM to 12:30PM.
This free community workshop will feature an attorney from Legal Services of Northern California covering various renters rights topics including: Continue reading Renter’s Rights Community Workshop
Stop by each event this Saturday at #GOPD2016 and have your passport stamped and you could win prizes!
Download and print out the attached Passport here.
Join the Watershed Stewards Program and The City of Eureka Parks and Recreation Department for a restoration day at Sequoia Park.
Remove invasive ivy and trash and enjoy lunch near the duck pond. Tools, trash bags and gloves will be provided. Bring water, closed-toe shoes, snacks & rain gear.
Continue reading Ivy Removal Volunteer Day
Be a part of the Palco Marsh Revitalization
Come to the Eureka Waterfront Trail Community Building Event
In June, construction begins for Phase A on the developing Eureka Waterfront Trail. On May 14th, the City of Eureka invites you to come together as a community to tour, clean-up, and celebrate this beautiful part of the developing Waterfront Trail.
Continue reading Special Community Building Event This Saturday at the Eureka Waterfront Trail
Come join us for all of the May is “Mental Health Matters Month” activities throughout our community.
Free events that help start the conversation and help us fight Stigma. Free movies, Art shows, Marches, Zumba, workshops, networking, a free family Skate night and a BBQ with all sorts of table and activities. Be part of our movement to facilitate positive change in the community while having a fabulous time.
Here’s a partial list of just a few of the events taking place this month.
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Come to the Eureka 5K Crab Run Saturday, January 30, 2016 starting at 10AM!
It will take place rain or shine and all proceeds benefit Eureka Main Street’s special events and activities. Walkers and strollers are welcome but please leave your dogs at home.
Continue reading Eureka 5K Crab Run January 30, 2016
Let’s Get Crackin’!
Come to the Crab Celebration Friday January 29, 2016 and Saturday January 30, 2016
Crab Crawl starts Friday night January 29 from 5:00 to 9:00PM. Events go all day day Saturday January 30 from 10AM to 7:45PM.
For special hotel room rates, mention “Eureka Crab Celebration. Get all the details by calling 707.442.9054 or www.EurekaMainStreet.org.
Download flyer full of information in pdf format by following this link.
Let’s spruce up Hammond Park!
Come join your neighbors and friends. Help us make a difference by improving our local park. We’ll plant some flowers and trees, do some general clean-up and of course, share a great barbecue.
Westside neighbors and volunteers will join the City of Eureka Parks and Recreation for a Hammond Park (14th & E Street) beautification Party and Free BBQ on Saturday, November 14th, from 10 am to 2 pm.
This beautification project is coordinated by neighbors through Nextdoor-Westiside with support from: The City of Eureka, California Center for Rural Policy, Westside Community Improvement Association and St. Joseph’s Community Partnership.
- When: Saturday, November 14th
- 10 am – 2 pm
- Free BBQ starts at 12:30
- Where: Hammond Park, 14th & E Street
We will be honoring all the men and women who have selflessly served our country at the Adorni Center on Veterans Day.
- Wednesday November 11, 2015
- 11:00 AM
- 1011 Waterfront Drive, Eureka
Our featured speaker will be Captain Arthur Snyder USCG Commander, Humboldt Bay. This observance and program are presented by the Rotary Club of Southwest Eureka in partnership with the City of Eureka. Please attend and please spread the word.