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North Richmond Shoreline Festival 2016

Ted Radke, former East Bay Parks director, dies at age 71

Ted Radke, served on our District Board of Directors for 36 years and was a key part of the Park District’s expansion and growth during that time.
Centennial Hike Planned as Part of Eugene O'Neill Festival

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the National Park Service, hikers are invited to join a centennial hike.
Solar Energy Project Underway at Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area

Solar project will offset energy use for nearly the entire Park District.
Nation’s Largest Regional Park District Goes Solar for the Environment

EBPRD kicks off major energy efficiency project at Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area in Pleasanton.
20th Annual Cajun/Zydeco Festival to be held August 13 at Ardenwood Historic Farm

The East Bay Regional Park District will host the 20th annual Cajun/Zydeco festival on Saturday, August 13, 2016.
Secretary Jewell and Partners Honor the Past and Celebrate the Future on the Anniversary of the Port Chicago Naval Tragedy

Fallen sailors honored at site of new visitor center that will add recreational opportunities and connections to heritage for local community.
Court Orders Closure of Vargas Plateau Regional Park

Ruling results from lawsuit brought by neighbors
10th Year of Habitat Means Home Poster Contest

This year marked the 10th year the Habitat Means Home poster contest has been held in the Tri-City area
Fourth of July Safety Tips from the East Bay Parks

There’s no better place to celebrate Independence Day than a Regional Park!
Port Chicago Commemoration to Be Held July 17

Visitors are invited to attend the ceremony at 3:30 pm on Sunday July 17, 2016 at the site of the future Visitor Center in the planned Concord Hills Regional Park.
Lake Temescal Closed for Swimming

Park District closes Lake Temescal in Oakland to swimming due to an outbreak of toxic algae.