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Public Notice-Consideration of Contract for Solar Panel Shade Structure at Shadow Cliffs

Board of Directors will consider awarding an installation contract for a solar-panel shade structure at Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area at the Oct. 6, 2015, Board meeting.
East Bay Park District Backs National Walking Campaign

The East Bay Regional Park District applauds the U.S. Surgeon General’s recent call to action for Americans to walk more.
East Bay Park Fire Officials Urge Extreme Caution

Due to record-setting drought conditions and ongoing wildfires, Park District fire officials urge extra caution during this hot, dry season.
Park District Moves to Purchase Ridgetop ‘Jewel’ in San Ramon Valley

Park District Board of Directors voted unanimously Tuesday to enter into an option to acquire 362 acres of the former Wiedemann Ranch
Auto Burglary at Pt. Isabel Regional Shoreline

A loaded firearm and police badge were stolen from the vehicle.
Mission Peak and Irvington High School

EBRPD has best-maintained trails, thanks to students at Irvington High School in Fremont.
Lake Temescal Closed Due to Toxic Algae

Lake Temescal closed for swimming due to a bloom of toxic blue-green algae, rest of park remains open.
Fire Officials Urge Caution, Beef up Staffing for 4th of July

Park District fire officials urge public to be cautious when visiting Regional Parks this 4th of July.
District's Master Plan Update Recognized by APA

EBRPD 2013 Master Plan wins award from the American Planning Association, California Chapter, Northern Section.
Roads-to-Trails Projects Garner Awards

Pleasanton Ridge and George Miller Regional Trail projects win statewide award.
Concerts at the Cove: 2015 Line-up Announced

Alameda Rotary and EBRPD announce 2015 Concerts at the Cove, Alameda CA.
Board Accepts $4.65m FEMA Grant for Fire-Hazard Reduction

Long-term plan calls for thinning of dangerous vegetation in the East Bay hills