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September marks the one year anniversary of the “First Saturday” monthly Frog Park cleanups. Based on its success, FROG plans to continue the program for another year. Highlights include: adding sand to both sandboxes, distributing wood chips throughout the Big Frog park area for a safer play time, surveying park users, beginning the replanting of […]
Frog Park play areas will close all day Saturday, September 7, for the park’s annual maintenance day. Park volunteers will clean and seal wooden play structures, replace plants, sift sand, clear the creek, remove graffiti and take care of general cleaning. The College Preparatory School freshman class and their advisors and teachers will help again […]
Over 30 service club and community members worked together during April’s “First Saturday” work day to clear tree trimmings, remove ivy, sweep, rake, prune, pick up debris, clear the area around the sand box, clean out the pond bed in preparation for turning on the creek, and perform other general cleanup. Special thanks to: BuildOn, […]
The Rockridge-Temescal Greenbelt was created in 2001, culminating years of community effort. FROG Park has since become a central community feature. Hardy and Redondo playgrounds are focal points for children and walkers stroll the connecting greenbelt path, which is fully accessible for the disabled.