In The News: Demise Of Natomas Parks

In case you missed it, KCRA last night aired a report on the demise of Natomas parks in light of city budget cuts while brand-new parks are being constructed just blocks away.

Efforts are currently under way to formalize a city adopt-a-park program that would empower area residents to help maintain neighborhood parks on their own.

Click here to view the story.


  1. It is unfortunate that the story did not provide any information about the Adopt-A-Park program.

    The City’s resources to maintain parks – Citywide – has been reduced. We are engaging with neighbors and groups who would like to be part of this program that encourages volunteers to adopt their local or neighborhood park – you pick the time when you want to volunteer with your neighbors or if you have a group that wants to come out on a Saturday four times a year, we want to help organize this effort. Many Natomas neighbors have already participated in this effort and we would like your help too.

    For more information about Adopt-A-Park, please visit:

    Please contact myself or Julie Mier for more information:

    Randi Kay – 916-808-7167
    [email protected]

    Julie Mier – 916-808-2285
    [email protected]

    Thanks for your interest in keeping the parks of the City of Sacramento clean and green.

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