Natomas Residents Make Their Mark On Park

More than 25 residents came to help at The Burberry Park clean-up despite of the intense heat on Saturday, Sept. 26.

Together five trees were planted with the help from Sacramento Tree Foundation, 100+ tree poles and stakes were removed, and the majority of trees mulched.

Many more park clean-ups are scheduled in our neighborhood parks and we need volunteers to make them a success. Won’t you volunteer a few hours of your weekend to make a difference?

The next park clean up date is 8 a.m. to Noon on Oct. 17 at Autumn Meadow Park. Contact [email protected] for more information.


  1. Buzz:

    Thank you for highlighting this program!

    Volunteers have provided a tremendous boost to the look and feel of the local parks by giving back a few hours of their time. We have groups in just about every park and are always looking for more volunteers. From dog parks, skate parks, playgrounds and trees and more, there is much to be cared for in our park system and we could not do it all without community support. Thank you to the volunteers who have given so much and made a huge difference!

    Randi Kay
    Office of Councilmember Ray Tretheway

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