How did building a BMX Bike Park in Southwest Fresno become a goal?
Through our #Parks4All efforts, CNCEF in partnership with Building Healthy Communities (BHC) and other local community organizations have been successful in securing new investments for parks located in South Fresno.
Frank H, Chandler, Highway City, and Mosqueda. in March .
The city approved a joint-use agreement with Fresno Unified Schoold District and Central Unified Schoold district- allocating $1.2 million, to open designated schoold grounds on weekends and provide programming.
On March 17, 2016 the city approved $1.8 million in new park acquisitions and improvements.
The city accepted the bid to build a $1.16 million park in the cultural arts district in downtown Fresno.
City Council approved the adoption of Almy and Roy Park which opened in August.
City council accepted a $335,000 bid from American Construction Engineers to build a splash play area at Vinland Park.
- And according to Parks Director Manuel Mollinedo; two more splash proposals at Holmes Playground and Mosqueda Center are pending.
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